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The Irish Writers Centre is the national resource organisation for Irish literature. Founded in 1991, its mission is to support, promote and inform writers at all stages of their development. The Centre offers a diverse programme of writing courses and workshops led by established writers across a range of genres including memoir, poetry, playwriting, short-stories and the novel. It also runs a series of professional development programmes which mentor and nurture young and emerging writers of all ages, supporting them in the development of their craft and career as a writer.  Additionally, we provide residencies for professional writers and outreach engagement through our community residencies. The IWC has a strong and loyal community of members, partners and friends, and we welcome new people from all walks of life, nationality and ages to join.

The Irish Writers Centre is the national resource organisation for Irish literature. Founded in 1991, its mission is to support, promote and inform writers at all stages of their development. The Centre offers a diverse programme of writing courses and workshops led by established writers across a range of genres including memoir, poetry, playwriting, short-stories and the novel. It also runs a series of professional development programmes which mentor and nurture young and emerging writers of all ages, supporting them in the development of their craft and career as a writer.  Additionally, we provide residencies for professional writers and outreach engagement through our community residencies. The IWC has a strong and loyal community of members, partners and friends, and we welcome new people from all walks of life, nationality and ages to join.

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