Bestselling author, Glenn Patterson, talks with three writers who are lighting up contemporary women’s literature with their surprising, quirky and sometimes challenging perspectives on life, love and cultural identity. Expect a lively and entertaining panel discussion. One for aspiring writers – or those who just love a good story & great company.
Belfast born Lucy Caldwell now lives in London and is the multi-award-winning author of three novels, several stage plays and radio dramas. Her short-story collection, Multitudes, was published in May.
Londoner Ayisha Malik’s debut novel, Sofia Khan is Not Obliged has been hailed as the Muslim Bridget Jones. Named as one of WH Smith’s Fresh Talent picks for 2016, Ayisha is currently working on the sequel.
Dubliner Doreen Finn’s first novel, My Buried Life, was published to great acclaim last May and shortlisted for the prestigious Kate O’Brien award. Her second novel will be published next year.
Glenn Patterson from Belfast is the renowned author of several novels and plays. The screenplay for Good Vibrations earned him a BAFTA nomination. His most recent novel, Gull, is a fictional account of the DeLorean story.
Fully seated. Bring a bottle. For tickets or for more information, visit the festival website
Wednesday August 10th 2016, 20:00 (Doors open 19:30)
Date(s) - 10/08/2016
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Old Auction Rooms (Arredare)