Audiences can expect to hear a diverse, entertaining and thought provoking range of stories about very ordinary people endeavouring to make sense of their circumstances, from the man who was too shy to claim a prize in a raffle to the impromptu concert that broke out in a charity shop! Expect to laugh and weep and nod ruefully!
Margaret Galvin is a Tipperary born writer resident in Wexford for many decades. She has worked with the library service, as Editor of Ireland’s Own and in disability support. She regularly facilitates writing workshops and has a keen interest in enabling others to write for identity and self understanding. She has been writing for many decades and has published five collections of poetry. Her poetry and prose essays are frequently broadcast on RTE 1 Sunday Miscellany. Her work, described as ‘gritty and unsentimental’, is narrative in style and accessible to all.