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Join us after our launch party in NYC for drinks and carousing (in the spirit of Celtic Twilight) sponsored by and at Brady’s Bar!

Brady’s Bar, Sept. 22nd @ 10pm
(212) 861-6070 / info@bradysbar.com
Get here by Subway: Take the 4, 5, 6 to 86th Street and Lex. Walk east and make a right on 2nd Ave. Continue down 2nd Ave. down to the North West corner of 2nd Ave. and 82nd Street

We especially encourage all of our beloved readers who were wait-listed for the launch party to join us!

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Published Sep 16, 2010 - Comments Off on DB#12 Launch After-Party in NYC

Welcome to Drunken Boat’s 12th issue! We invite you to celebrate its launch at a memorable event in New York City. On September 22nd from 7-10pm, American Irish Historical Society with presentations of a number of special folios including Celtic Twilight: 21st-Century Irish Americans on Eugene O’Neill, edited by Robert M. Dowling.

Performers will include London’s own editor and poet James Byrne, Chicago-based essayist Jeanie Chung, author T.J. English, poet and performance artist Duriel E. Harris, novelist Maureen Howard, translator and transversioner Gabriela Jauregui, editor and poet Caledonia Kearns, Black 47 frontman Larry Kirwan, poet Leslie McGrath, author Caitlin Leffel, author and director Ciar´n O’Reilly, scholar Katherine Sugg, musician and fiction writer Chris Tarry, fiction writer Deepak Unnikrishnan, installation artist Quintan Ana Wikswo, and poet Eamonn Wall.

Celtic Twilight is dedicated to Haiti relief after the horrific event of January 12, 2010, and the folio includes a donation link for the Ireland-borne organization Concern Worldwide, which has been on the ground in Haiti since 1994. Join us for this extraordinary evening, open to the public and with served refreshments, to celebrate Drunken Boat and Irish American arts and culture.

RSVPs are required. If you’d like to celebrate with us, please contact Meaghan Doherty of AIHS at medoherty@aihs.org or call her at 212-288-2263.

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Published Sep 07, 2010 - Comments Off on Vivre la DB12