Jack Harte (Irish Writer)

Jack Harte (Irish Writer)

Jack Harte is an Irish short story writer and novelist. He founded the Irish Writers' Union and the Irish Writers' Centre. He is the author of the novel Reflections in a Tar-Barrel.

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... In 1986,Harte founded the Irish Writers Union ... he secured funding from the Irish government to establish the Irish Writers Centre ... In December 2008,the Arts Council of Ireland withdrew the Centre'sfunding because of concerns about value for money and quality of service to writers ...

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