Tag Archives: Mia Gallagher

Fly Italian

This morning I found a lovely thing in my Inbox:  the most recent issue of Inkroci, which includes my short story “Flight” in both Italian and English, translated by Anna Anzani (thanks, Anna!)  I can’t put words on how it … Continue reading

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Interview

The lovely Nuala Ní Chonchúir, who is a human dynamo when it comes to supporting other writers, has published a generous interview with me on her Women Rule Writer blog:  http://womenrulewriter.blogspot.ie/ This is because my new novel, Fallen, is officially out … Continue reading

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DWF Venue #5: Irish Writers’ Centre (Valerie Bistany, Director)

What (and where) is the Irish Writers’ Centre? The Irish Writers’ Centre is an organisation that supports writers at all stages of their development. We also promote writing in general and Irish writing in particular. We are a national resource … Continue reading

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News & Links

Well.  Fallen, my new novel, has finally left the building.  It’s due out from Penguin Ireland in June 2014. Here’s a link to the catalogue listing: http://www.penguincatalogue.co.uk/hi/general/title.html?titleId=19349&imprintId=1158&catalogueId=256 On the subject of links, the online journal Spolia has posted an abridged version of … 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: http://www.dlrcoco.ie/library/spring_voices_2013.htm ) 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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“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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