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Beginnings, Middles and Endings Workshops

3 Weekends to be held in the Temple Gate Hotel, Ennis, County Clare. 
10am to 5pm, both days
Tuition 300 euro
To book a place please contact ckfictionclinic@yahoo.com… 304 more words

December workshop

Millrace Hotel, Bunclody, Co Wexford

December 5 & 6

Deadline for receipt of manuscripts: November 25

Tuition Euro 300

To book a place please email ckfictionclinic@yahoo.com… 103 more words

Cork International Short Story Festival. Sept 22-26.

I am very excited to be attending the Cork International Short Story Festival for the second year (you can download the programme here). It will be my third visit to Cork, having read at last year’s short story festival and  the Cork World Book Festival this April for the Irish launch of The Good Son. 257 more words


The Week in Books

It’s certainly been a hectic but exciting couple of months. I’ve been busy with work and my own writing and then there was the Hell on the Humber, a 12-hour endurance race that I had no intention of taking part in, but ended up running after one of the team dropped out. 281 more words

The Week In Books

Claire Keegan at Jasper's

Upstairs in Jasper’s was the venue for a Claire Keegan masterclass organised by Lightning Bug Press on Saturday 25th April. Jasper’s café sits perched in a nook on Beech Road off New Street around the corner from Boylesports and just below what we in Killarney call “Old Tesco”. 239 more words

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Passport Soup

‘Passport Soup’ is a poignant short story by the brilliant Claire Keegan, about a man consumed with grief after his only child goes missing while she is in his care. 993 more words

A To Z 2015

Five lessons to bring to your second novel

I’m not going to go into all the mistakes I made and then had to spend untold hours fixing on my first novel. I have covered all that at length on this blog over the past year, probably best summed up in this post: … 834 more words

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