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Interview with Nuala O’Connor (Miss Emily)

Nuala, congratulations, Miss Emily is a powerfully absorbing novel. You create a compelling, vivid impression of 19th century Amherst, the Dickinson household and the interior world of Ada, their Irish servant. And just when a reader thinks they know where the story is … Continue reading

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Where the Shoe Pinches

Last night I went to a rehearsed reading of Where the Shoe Pinches by John Mc Clelland, directed by Conall Morrison (Theatre Artist in Residence) @ the Pavilion Theatre in Dun Laoghaire. Introducing the reading, Conall Morrison described Where the … Continue reading

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