Novelist and short story writer Dr Éilís ní Dhuibhne will deliver her talk ‘Dubliners: A Writer’s Perspective’ at the Centre on Monday 3rd March 2014, 6.30pm. The talk is free but advanced booking is required – please contact the Centre to secure your seat by phone 01-8788547 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Éilís ní Dhuibhne is the author of eleven novels and collections of short stories, as well several children’s books, plays, and scholarly articles. Among her works are The Dancers Dancing (1999, shortlisted for the 2000 Orange Prize), Pale Gold of Alaska and Other Stories (2000), and The Shelter of Neighbours (2012). She has taught creative writing in UCD, Trinity College, the Faber Academy and the Irish Writers Centre. She has also edited, with Anne Fogarty and Eibhear Walshe, the recent book Imagination in the Classroom: Teaching and Learning Creative Writing in Ireland (2013).