The Home of Irish Writing Online!

I know that many of the visitors to my Kitchen Table are writers and so I am delighted bring to your attention a great new writing website which has launched called has been created by Vanessa O’Loughlin of Inkwell Writers fame. I jest not, nor do I exaggerate. Vanessa is a literary legend in Ireland and a wonderful support to writers, both successful and struggling. You will see her in person on the home page of where she will address you directly (press the arrow yoke).

But back to business, (is the name burned into your brain yet) has lots of information which writers will find, useful (see the toolbox section), interesting (meet lots of great authors) and perhaps amusing (see Monday Miscellany penned by a struggling but wonderful writer, called Barbara Scully).

Along with listing events and relevant courses, will in the future feature articles on all aspects of writing offering hints and advice. There are guest blogs and an interactive forum.

So, head on over and check it out. But more importantly, visit often as this is a website which will be constantly updated with information writers can’t afford to miss.

Congratulations Vanessa – May God bless her and all who sail in her!

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6 thoughts on “The Home of Irish Writing Online!”

  1. Okay, I did it again. Left a comment and when I clicked post comment it shot me up to the top of your blog and I thought I was done. HeyHo! Anyway, I said thank you for the heads up about this site. I have added it to my favorites bar. Also congratulations on the Monday Miscellany. Delighted to hear all the inroads your writerly talents are experiencing.

  2. Thanks Barbara for the link to Wonderful Blog -almost too much to take in. Congrats on your piece in Monday Miscellany – I enjoyed the Father Ted/Craggy Island reference. I have come back to where I started – I think a national Government for the next three years is the only way forward – but I know I am whistling in the wind. Ciao. P

  3. The Queen kept crying “Faster!” but Alice felt she could not go faster, though she had no breath to say so. The most curious part of the thing was, that the trees and the other things round them never changed their places at all: however fast they went, they never seemed to pass anything. “I wonder if all the things move along with us?” thought poor puzzled Alice.home parties

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