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April 2019

the haibun journal Dublin Ireland Launch

April 10, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Teachers Club Dublin, 36 Parnell Square W
Dublin, Ireland

All Welcome to the launch of the first issue of the haibun journal      

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June 2019

Flash Fiction Festival 2019

June 28, 2019 - June 30, 2019
Trinity College Bristol, Stoke Hill Stoke Bishop
Bristol, BS9 1JP United Kingdom
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Excited to be part of  Flash Fiction Festival 2019 Find me at the Best Microfiction 2019 Reading and other festival events.  

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October 2019

Capturing the Moment Haiku Talking Walls Festival Achill

October 18, 2019 @ 11:30 am - October 19, 2019 @ 11:30 am
The Valley House Achill Island, County Mayo Ireland

All welcome to join me & poet Mike Gallagher for  Achill’s  Talking Walls Festival! We’ll be swimming in haiku waters. Dipping into haiga and haibun! Venue:  The Valley House Time: 11:30 AM - 2 PM Date: October 18 -19, 2019  

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Reluctant Engagement Reading and Exhibition

October 27, 2019 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Gallery Wine and Tapas Bar, 9 Brewery Place
Westport, County Mayo Ireland

Join Dublin poet and artist Mary White and Clan Beo Presenting Artwork by Families of People With Disabilities In Response to poet Roberta Beary’s Cycle of Haiku Titled Reluctant Engagement

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February 2022

February 27, 2022 @ 12:00 pm

A Livestreaming Poetry Reading and Podcast Rattle is bringing a new poet into your pocket every week with the Rattlecast. Part interview and part reading, with a prompt-based open mic, it’s a casual way to hangout with Rattle editor Timothy Green and all of our friends in poetry around the world. The Rattlecast livestreams! Sunday, February 27th, 12pm: Roberta Beary (all times Eastern, unusual times bolded)  

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July 2022

Flash Fiction Festival July 8-10 2022

July 10, 2022 @ 7:30 pm
Trinity College Bristol, Stoke Hill Stoke Bishop
Bristol, BS9 1JP United Kingdom

A reading of two stories at the Flash Fiction Festival at Trinity College, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. UK. The Collector from  Best Small Fictions 2022 originally published in Branching Out: International Tales of Brilliant Flash Fiction and The Night Bus to Upstate published in And We Lived Happily Ever After, 2022 National Flash Fiction Day Anthology.

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October 2022

International Page and Stage – “Writers and Poets from the Northern Hemisphere”

October 1, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

International Page and Stage   “Writers and Poets from the Northern Hemisphere” International Page and Stage event - Poets and Writers from the Northern Hemisphere  - the line up will feature the following writers and poets Adrian Rice - Northern Ireland (residing in the US) Gaynor Kane - Northern Ireland Yashika Graham - Jamaica Andrey Gritsman - United States (originally from Russia) Lesley Benzie - Scotland and Roberta Beary (from the US / Ireland)

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The Great Festival Flash Off

October 8, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 6:30 pm

The Great Festival Flash Off, online day Saturday October 8th includes a Flash Fiction Reading by Roberta Beary

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July 2023

Haibun: A Writer’s Guide UK Book Launch

July 15, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Trinity College Bristol, Stoke Hill Stoke Bishop
Bristol, BS9 1JP United Kingdom
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Flash Fiction Festival Trinity College, Bristol UK   Book Launch of ‘Haibun: A Writers’ Guide’ edited by Roberta Beary, Lew Watts and Rich Youmans. Introduced by Jude Higgins for Ad Hoc Fiction For Details See https://www.flashfictionfestival.com/

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February 2024

Towpath Haiku Group Smithsonian Ginko

February 3 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
The National Museum of Asian Ar, Freer Gallery of Art | Gallery 5
Washington, DC United States

Towpath Haiku Poets meet at Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art | Gallery 5 to explore a ‘selection of screens painted in the Rinpa style, a movement known for stylized forms in bright colors that spanned the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. A complementary display of ceramics demonstrates the aesthetic exchange facilitated by trade between Japan and China and interrogates what makes a work of art Japanese.’

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