Tag Archives: On Writing

On Literary ‘Success’

Coming up to the end of 2014 I came across a flurry of articles and postings about literary ‘success’, as in: how to pursue it/get it/be it/extend it/prolong it/exploit it. It got me thinking about what ‘literary success’ actually means. … Continue reading

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Every novel needs a good collapse

Okay, I know I said I was taking a break, but sometimes I can’t help myself and Barbara Kingsolver is certainly worth writing – and thinking – about.  She was in the Pavillion in Dun Laoghaire on Monday 19th July, … Continue reading

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