Posts Tagged ‘Peter Quinn’

"The Writing Irish of New York" is an indispensible book for anyone interested in writing or reading Irish-American literature.

This past Friday I was honored to be among those treated to the best the Irish Arts Center has to offer. The overriding sentiment of the night was that when...

Tony Horswill finds Peter Quinn's "Dry Bones" a "gripping web of historical detail and intrigue.

"Happy Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Up the Republic! Buy the book!" Peter Quinn's "Dry Bones" launch party at the residence

Descriptions of some upcoming performances from Artists Without Walls members and friends!

Niamh Hyland How It’s New York: Some of the best performers in town performed at New York’s Lehamn College, with many you’ll know from the Irish American...

How It’s New York: The 2012 Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award celebration took place at the Manhattan Club above Rosie O’Grady’s, a convivial...

How It’s New York: Joe Hurley’s Ourland Festival took place at one of New York City’s cultural hubs, Lincoln Center. How It’s Irish: The Ourland Festival...

T.J.English gives an address How It’s New York: IrishAmerican Writers and Artists Inc. was founded in and is mostly active in New York City with...

How It’s New York:  The St. Pat’s for All Parade celebrates the diversity of NYC, among other things, including the Borough of Queens!How It’s Irish: ...

How Its New York: Peter Quinn’s The Man Who Never Returned oozes New York. It’s a central character.  And Peter is President of the Irish American Writers...

How It’s New York:  The writers run the gamut from playwright, journalist,  essayist, novelist, American-born, Irish-born, in a happy mix of folks.How...

How It’s New York:  The event takes place at Thalia Café at Symphony Space, one of New York’s treasures, and artistic get-togethers are an NYC tradition.  As...