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A Little Bit of Ireland: Linda Whittenberg, Carol Calvert

A Little Bit of Ireland
A poetic weaving of words and music
with Carol Calvert and Linda Whittenberg

followed by an open mic with six readers.

 

 

 

 

 



Carol Calvert is an Ordained Priest with the Independent Catholic Church of Antioch in Santa Fe and a member of the Order of Ovates, Bards, and Druids based in London, England. She conducts a Celtic Mass and performs as singer and harpist in the church and in the community. In addition she has produced a recording of Latin chants with harp entitled Sanctum. Carol’s passion for Celtic spirituality inspired her to write a novel called Beitha’s Sound.

 

 

 

 


Linda Whittenberg began writing the poems that appear in
Somewhere in Ireland on her first day in that country, spring, 2010. The poems, which tell the story of her discoveries there, came full circle when she read from Somewhere in Ireland during Writers’ Week in Listowel, County Kerry in 2012. Linda’s work has appeared widely in journals and anthologies as well as in two earlier collections: Dying Can Wait, a chapbook by Pudding House Press, 2009 and Tender Harvest, Black Swan Editions, 2009, Finalist for the NM Book Award.

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  • janet E.

    Such a felicitous collaboration; both of you in sync and beautifully crafted! Can tell how much you rehearsed to make this performance lyrical. Two lovely voices!

    April 29, 2013

  • janet E.

    Looking forward to the music of poetry and the poetry of music,

    janet

    March 31, 2013

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