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    Galway migrants’ views sought

    By Noreen Bowden | May 22, 2007

    Galway City’s Writer-in-Residence programme is seeking the experiences of immigrants and returning migrants for a publication it will produce later in the year.

    An ad placed in yesterday’s Galway First newspaper notes, “Galway means “Town of the Foreigners”. The ad says they are looking for “your experiences, good, bad, funny or sad. Or just something strange that you may have encountered, or a story about something strange that happened to you, or perhaps to somebody that you know. We welcome stories in any language, but please do not make them any longer than 500 words.” They note they will guarantee anonymity if desired.

    Poet Michael O’Loughlin is the writer in residence this year. Contact him by email.

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