Tag Archives: Carlo Gébler

No Small Talk (Brexit: the Use and Abuse of Language)

Are you concerned about the divisive rhetoric used during prolonged Brexit debates?  Irish people living in Britain report noticing a change in atmosphere and attitudes when the Backstop was a live issue. Friends in the North are understandably sickened by … Continue reading

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“Modern Ireland has Nothing to Inspire Modern Writers” (2)

Thinking about responses (both verbal and online) to the previous post, “Modern Ireland has Nothing to Inspire Modern Writers”, I realised that I had more to say on the topic.  Too much, probably, so I’ll confine myself to what seems … Continue reading

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Peregrine Readings

I’m going to be reading with Carlo Gébler at the Irish Writers’ Centre (19 Parnell Square Dublin 1) on Thursday 18th November at 7.30 pm. The event will be chaired by June Considine. It’s part of the Peregrine Series of … Continue reading

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