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Dublin is the capital city of the Republic of Ireland and is home to most of its national cultural institutions including the National Library, National Archives, National Theatre and Chester Beatty Library.

Dublin became the fourth UNESCO City of Literature in July 2010.

Every year the city celebrates James Joyce and Ulysses through Bloomsday, a festive day of literary breakfasts and readings all across the city. The James Joyce Cultural Centre is open to the public throughout the year, and a special Bloomsday breakfast is served annually on 16th June.

Dublin has produced some of the world’s most famous writers, including Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and James Joyce.

Jessica Traynor is a writer from Dublin.

She won the 2011 Listowel Poetry Prize and was the 2013 Hennessy New Writer of the Year. In 2014 she was the recipient of the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary.

Her debut collection is Liffey Swim (2014).

Her work was first projected in Krakow in August 2014, as is shown below.