Kildare Library & Arts Services has announced that Kildare Readers Festival returns to venues across the County from Monday, 3rd October to Sunday, 9th October 2022.
Eithne Shortall joins us for an evening of discussion about her writing career with Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan.
Eithne Shortall is the author of four bestselling novels. Her debut, Love in Row 27, was translated into 13 languages. Grace After Henry won best page-turner at the UK's Big Book Awards and was shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards. Three Little Truths was selected for BBC Radio 2's prestigious book club. Her latest novel, It Could Never Happen Here, was published earlier this year. Eithne worked as a journalist at the Sunday Times Ireland for more than a decade before becoming a full-time novelist. She lives in Dublin with her partner and their two young children.
Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan (She/Her) is a Dublin-based writer, performer, and cultural consultant from India. Her work has been included in publications by Dedalus Press, UCD Press, Book Hub Publishing, Banshee, and Poetry Ireland, amongst others. Chandrika is editor of Poetry Ireland’s Trumpet issue 9, book reviewer for Children’s Books Ireland’s Inis magazine, and is a Science Gallery Dublin Rapid Residency Artist. She is also on the Board of the Irish Writers Centre.
Venue: Celbridge Library
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