Kevin Higgins Death, Obituary – Kevin Higgins RIP My sincerest condolences go out to Kevin Higgins’ family and friends on the passing of a poet who was both talented and devoted to his craft to the extent that Kevin Higgins was. In addition to being a skilled wordsmith, a brilliant satirist, a romantic with extraordinary powers of evocation, and a caring presence, he was all of these things as well. In addition to that, he was a deft craftsman of language. His work in the arts and health was truly exceptional, notably in the Merlin Park Hospital, where he was an inventive and much-loved artist in residence.
In particular, his work in the hospital was notable because of its positive impact on patients. His contributions were absolutely excellent in that regard. His contributions made his work in these areas very noteworthy, and they made his work particularly exceptional. He was an exceptional professor, guide, and leader who encouraged a wide variety of enthusiastic voices to explore the creative writing potential that they possessed. He was able to do this by encouraging them to explore their own writing potential. He was the driving force behind the accomplishments of the group.
His life partner, Susan Millar Du Mars, had a significant impact on the curation and programming of his long and unrivaled “Over the Edge” reading events, which took place in the Galway City Library. These events were unmatched in their scope and duration. The Galway City Library served as the venue for these evening events. These evenings have been a source of delight and collaboration for the past twenty wonderful years, during which time they have brought together established artists and newcomers to the world of art.
During this time, they have also brought together artists who have been practicing their craft for a longer period of time. Our deepest condolences go out to Susan. When Susan and Kevin worked together, they formed an outstanding partnership that inspired Galway to greatly increase the quantity of writing he performed, surpassing anything he had done in the previous in terms of both volume and quality of his output. When he leaves, Galway’s financial situation will be in a worse state than before.