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Usually scheduled for February, this year’s festival was moved to June due to the uncertainties regarding Covid 19 restrictions. It now takes place on  June 18th and 19th in The Peoples Museum, Number 2 Pery Square and the Belltable.

The festival programme for 2022 includes talks, interviews, poetry, an exhibition and more.

The event continues to honour the life and works of the Limerick author Kate O’Brien, while attracting prominent participants from all over the world.

Don't forget submissions are now OPEN for the 2022 @Postvox An Post Irish Book Awards!

To submit, follow the link below!! 👇📕🤩

https://www.irishbookawards.ie/resources/submissions/

#APIBA22 #ReadersWanted

Very saddened by the sudden passing of Liam Cahill who presented at the 2019 Festival. He was a respected journalist, Labour historian, true gentleman & scholar. His book ‘Forgotten Revolution’ is considered the essential guide to 1919 Limerick Soviet. Condolences to his family.

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