We had a good turnout for our discussion of this collection of short stories from the Irish writer, Colm Tóibín, probably best known for his novel, … 407 more words
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There’s a blue light at midnight when we’re rambling home and the moon bright is our guide on this long stony road. It’s a long stroll and tiring at this time of night, but our mouths they’ve got songs, so It’s alright on the night… The front light’s been left on until we’re in from the cold, the warm fire is firing to take the road from your toes. 422 more words
With the appointment of enigmatic novelist Ian Sansom as Director, the centre looks set to tackle new areas of literary criticism and writing.
The appointment of novelist and critic Ian Sansom as Director of Trinity’s Oscar Wilde Centre for Irish Writing in March was emblematic of the centre’s focus on celebrating literature and those who create it. 1,381 more words