October: Reading from Of Sea and Sand at Sligo Library.
July 26th: Mallow Arts Festival, Mallow Library / Workshop & Reading
July 16th: Museum of Miniatures, Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen 11.30 am
July 14th: West Cork Literary Festival / Bantry Library 5 pm
May 13th: PRIMA VISTA Literary Festival, Tartu, Estonia
May 3rd: LAUNCH Of Sea and Sand at Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce, Dublin.
April 28th: Reading from Of Sea and Sand, Cork World Book Festival
April 26th: In Conversation with Nicholas Shakespeare, Cork World Book Festival.
March 19th: Kanturk Arts Festival: Facilitating Flash Fiction Workshop
March 8th: Chair: International Women’s Day Panel: 100 Years On – How Far Have We Come? County Hall, Cork.
March: Adjudicate Flash Fiction Competition, Kanturk Arts Festival
March 1st: U.S. Publication of Of Sea and Sand (Hoopoe Fiction)
Writer in Residence Cork County Council Library & Arts Service
July: Flash Fiction at the Friary, Cork with Marie Gethins and Nuala Ní Chonchúir
July: West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, West Cork / 17.00 Bantry Library: Readings by members of Cork County Council Library & Arts Service Writing Groups
July: Residency in Hemingway’s studio at 907 Whitehead Street. With thanks to The Florida Keys Flash Fiction Award, Newman PR, The Studios Key West and the Hemingway Home and Museum
May: Wallpaper wins the Florida Keys Flash Fiction Award.
September – Residency at Zvona i Nari, Liznjan, Croatia
April/May – Artist in Residence at Le Centre Culturel Irlandais, Rue des Irlandais, Paris.
September/October : Residency with Shanghai Writers’ Association, Shanghai, in association with Munster Literature Centre
July: Stepped down as Artistic Director of the West Cork Literature Festival
2009 to 2013
Artistic Director of the West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, Co. Cork
Tutor at Country House Writers’ Weekends, Askeaton, Limerick
If Not Now … by Denyse Devlin (Penguin Ireland)
Hopscotch by Denyse Devlin (Penguin Ireland)
Like Nowhere Else by Denyse Woods (Penguin Ireland)
Conceived, organized and led Irishwomen to Yemen Project
The Catalpa Tree (Penguin Ireland)
Overnight to Innsbruck (Lilliput Press)
Indian Pacific wins Irish Times Short Story Competition