“Writing Our Way to Brigit/Brigid” Awarded Brigid 1500 Grant

I am delighted to be part of Kildare County Council's celebration of Brigit/Brigid. Kildare County Council has kindly awarded my project Writing Our Way to Brigit/Brigid a Brigid 1500 Arts and Creativity Grant. People are forgetting the singularity of Brigid, Alice Curtayne said in mid-twentieth century Ireland but in today’s Ireland, the plurality of Brigid … Continue reading “Writing Our Way to Brigit/Brigid” Awarded Brigid 1500 Grant

Writers Chat 60: Greg Dinner on “A Requiem for Hania” (Ogham & Dabar Books: Clare, 2022)

Cover of "A Requiem for Hania" showing sepia photograph of railway tracks with ice on them and a forest in the distance Greg, You are very welcome to my WRITERS CHAT series. Congratulations on your third novel, A Requiem for Hania (Ogham & Dabar Books: Clare, 2022). Let’s start with the structure. A Requiem for … Continue reading Writers Chat 60: Greg Dinner on “A Requiem for Hania” (Ogham & Dabar Books: Clare, 2022)

Writers Chat 59: Maureen Gallagher on “Limbo” (Poolbeg Crimson: Dublin, 2022)

Maureen, You are very welcome to my WRITERS CHAT series. Congratulations on your debut novel Limbo: A Kate Frances Mystery (Poolbeg Crimson: Dublin, 2022). It's a real page-turner of a thriller that reminds us of how far we’ve come in terms of equality and bodily autonomy but also how far the reality has still to … Continue reading Writers Chat 59: Maureen Gallagher on “Limbo” (Poolbeg Crimson: Dublin, 2022)