The Reader’s Voice
The Laureate for Irish Fiction is proud to present The Readers’ Voice, a series of author interviews taking place across the country, celebrating the reader, local libraries and outstanding Irish writing. Ireland's inaugural Laureate Anne Enright will interview six writers in six different library related venues over the course of February, March and April. Regardless of geography, we are encouraging readers across the country to engage with this series, read the books and tune in online to watch the events in libraries across the country.
Details of the first three events are as follows:
- 16 February – Thurles Library, Co. Tipperary. Christine Dwyer Hickey, The Cold Eye of Heaven
- 23 February – Ballymun Library, Co. Dublin. Bernard MacLaverty, Grave Notes
- 3 March – Glór, Ennis, Co. Clare, 8:30pm. Donal Ryan, All we Shall Know
More information will be available on http://www.artscouncil.ie/Arts-in-Ireland/Literature/The-Readers_-Voice/ , www.facebook.com/LaureateIrishFiction and by following @LaureateFiction on Twitter, and details of the next series will be available in early March.