The Flow State is a podcast about poetry and creativity.
Interviews, processes, prompts, roundtable chats and craic.
Presented by Colm Keegan and recorded at Tallaght Library in association with HeadStuff.
Our first show will feature Sarah Maria Griffin and Dylan Coburn Gray.
The show will take the form of an interview and reading from Sarah, an interview and reading from Dylan, a short prompt-led open-mic slot, followed by a round-table discussion between Colm, Sarah and Dylan.
The podcast will be recorded with a live audience in Tallaght Library 2 - 4pm Sat 24th February.
If you'd like to read/perform at the open mic slot on the day contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a free event. Open to all. Book now as places are limited.
About the Guests:
Dylan Coburn Gray is a playwright and poet. His work has toured to New York, Moscow, and - most exciting of all - Cork city. His first play Boys and Girls was shortlisted for the Stewart Parker Trust award and won the Fishamble Best New Writing Award. His play Citysong won the 2017 Verity Bargate Award, and is in the process of being staged by Soho Theatre. With MALAPROP Theatre he has co-written Everything Not Saved, Jericho, and Love+. Other solo work includes Briseis After The Black, Blackcatfishmusketeer, Drawing Crosses on a Dusty Windowpane, and This Is A Room for Dublin Youth Theatre.
Sarah Maria Griffin lives in Dublin in a small red brick house by the sea, with her husband and cat. She writes about monsters, growing up, and everything those two things have in common. Spare and Found Parts is her first novel.