Dublin Writers Conference

Lots happening over the next few days at the Dublin Writers Conference.....

I'm delighted to be taking part on Saturday discussing the 'Writing Craft - Creative Elements'.....

There is a star-studded line for the various events.

Check it out by clicking here.... http://dublinwritersconference.com/

Mindshift Listowel

I'm so looking forward to this in a couple of weeks. I'll be chatting about - THE CONNECTED WRITER: A session on promoting your work - and yourself - in the competitive marketplace. Should you be active on social media? What does it mean to be a 'brand'? These, among a great many other relevanat questions, will be tackled....

 

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Belfast Book Festival

BBF17: TROUBLE IS OUR BUSINESS – NEW STORIES BY IRISH CRIME WRITERS –

 

Declan Burke in conversation with three of the finest Irish crime writers out there, and who – no coincidence – contributed to TROUBLE IS OUR BUSINESS (New Island Books)

Saturday 10 June at 2pm
£6 | £4
at the Crescent Arts Centre

Irish crime writers have long been established on the international stage as bestsellers and award winners. Now, for the first time ever, the best in contemporary Irish crime novelists have been brought together in one volume. Author, editor and journalist Declan Burke will be leading the conversation on Irish crime writing with Louise Phillips, Julie Parsons and Stuart Neville.

Declan Burke is a writer, editor, journalist and critic. He has published six crime novels. He edited Trouble Is Our Business: New Stories by Irish Crime Writers in 2016.

Louise Phillips is an author of four bestselling psychological crime thrillers, each shortlisted for Best Irish Crime Novel of the Year. Her second novel, The Doll’s House, won the award. She is currently working on her latest novel, Dark Day In May.

Julie Parsons was born in New Zealand but has lived most of her adult life in Ireland. She was a radio and television producer with RTÉ for many years until the publication of her first novel, Mary, Mary in 1998. Her subsequent novels, including The Hourglass (2005) and I Saw You (2008) were all published internationally and translated into many languages.

Stuart Neville’s crime fiction has won numerous awards, including the LA Times Book Prize. Stuart also writes under the pen name Haylen Beck, whose debut novel, Here and Gone is due to be published this summer and is in development for the screen.

 

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Outside Dail Eireann with Minister Heather Humpreys to promote IWC/Cavan Arts workshops starting next Wednesday

 

 

Writers Conference

Another great line up this year for the 3rd Dublin Writers' Conference.....Plenty of events and workshops in June! Looking forward to taking part again this year, and hope to see a few of you there!!!

 

For full details, visit http://thebookpromoter.com/conference/