Paul McVeigh, Emma Donoghue and Neil Hegarty have come together as editor and contributors to a new book, Queer Love: An Anthology of Irish Fiction, published byThe Munster Literature Centre.
As well as talking about their own stories, RTÉ Arena asks the trio to choose a work by another that was pivotal in their lives as young gay people – listen above.
You can listen here.
We’ll be talking the anthology I edited called ‘Queer Love’. Please tune in if you fancy – you can use this link.
‘demonstrates why queer writers excel at writing’ The Irish Times
RTE Podcast: That Killer First Page
You can hear me talk about ‘That Killer First Page‘ on RTE Arena in this 10-minute podcast.
If you’d like to take my class, the next session is at Stockholm Writers Festival in May.
I’ll also be talking about my novel The Good Son, and giving a talk on using social media as a writer.
Hope to see some of you there.
Hello there – I hope you’re well 🙂
As you made have heard me mention (ahem) I’m up for an award …. Irish Short Story of the Year!
Do you fancy voting for me (insert cheesy smile)?
It only takes 2 minutes – promise.
You click the link below – put in your email and click me on the Irish Short Story of the Year – ‘Hollow’.
Thanks to Numero Cinq
for putting my story up for nomination in the first place.
Wish me luck.