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A verdant green filtered image of printed text in a book. The top left corner has the Duilleag text logo, in jaunty angled capitals. The text on the page is an excerpt of Aisig dhomh gàirdeachas do shlàinte by Eòghan Stiùbhart, in Gaelic. The text is a little out of focus and blurs to fade out.

DUILLEAG with Eòghan Stiùbhart

Eòghan Stiùbhart and Kathleen MacInnes will be in conversation discussing Eòghan’s poetry and translations for a special DUILLEAG book club event during World Gaelic Week 2022. 

Eòghan Stiùbhart is a teacher and online broadcaster. Born and raised all over Scotland, he now lives in Inverness, with family originally from Uig in Lewis and Trotternish on Skye. He’s been writing poetry for a decade or something like that, and he’s doing it for fun and entertainment. His first collection, Beum-sgèithe is published by Acair and is available for pre-order now.

The discussion will be hosted online via Zoom by Taigh Chearsabhagh. Booking is essential in order to receive the Zoom invitation. The link will be emailed out shortly before the event begins. Bookings close at 7pm on the 25th of March.

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DUILLEAG is open to all, including those without Gaelic. The conversations will move between English and Gaelic, and some things may be said without translation either way.