Thig còmhla ri Acair is Eòghan Stiùbhart airson oidhche thlachdmhor gus an leabhar bàrdachd ùr aig Eòghan, Beum-sgèithe, a chur air bhog. Bidh Megan NicGillFhaolain sa chathair airson an tachartais a bhios ga chumail ann an Rùm MhicIlleathain aig Eden Court ann an Inbhir Nis.
This is the first collection of poetry from Eoghan Stewart who has attracted attention and accolades for a number of years including the inaugural MacDonald of Sleat prize in 2015 and the prestigious Wigtown prize in 2021. His poetry at once traditional and modern combines images of the natural world with subjects such as politics, culture, love and death. The poems are in Gaelic with accompanying parallel translations. A powerful, beautiful body of work which lasts long in the memory, Beum-sgèithe was runner up for the Donald Meek prize in 2017.
Eoghan Stewart is an indigenous Highlander with Lewis and Skye connections now living in the Aird area of Inverness. He likes to have fun writing poetry and teaching Gaelic.
This event will be bi-lingual. The event will be free but you are asked to register to attend at the following link: