Monthly Archives: June 2013

Taking a Break …

I’ve a heavy deadline for final edits on Fallen (my new novel, due out from Penguin Ireland next year) so I’m not likely to be back on the blog before September.  Have a great summer.

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Dalkey Book Festival 2013 (Friday 14th – Sunday 16th June)

FRIDAY: Robert Fisk, in conversation with Pat Kenny (Church of the Assumption, Castle Street) It was raining hard in Dalkey on Friday evening, water splashing back from the pavement, people scudding along under umbrellas, not even peeking at passing celebrities.  … Continue reading

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Kevin Barry in Pearse Street Library

Sunny Friday evenings in Dublin are as giddy as they’re rare, and this last Friday, 7th June, was even giddier than most. Pearse Street flushed green with soccer jerseys headed for the Aviva Stadium and a win against the Faroe … Continue reading

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Audrey Niffenegger in Dun Laoghaire

(In conversation with Mia Gallagher in the Pavilion,  part of the Dun Laoghaire Library Voices series: ) Audrey Niffenegger is an artist, print-maker, writer, and book artist, probably best known for her massive bestseller The Time Traveler’s Wife (2003).  … Continue reading

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