Monday, 7 March 2011

DUBLIN BOOK FESTIVAL - pics

The Dublin Book Festival was about the busiest I've ever seen it - City Hall and its environs was buzzing. I went to the Salmon Poetry 30 year Celebration Reading (fabulous!) and my own reading, with Paul Soye, Yvonne Cassidy and Liam Carson, introduced by Sinéad Mac Aodha. It was all very jolly and thanks to all my friends and fellow writers who came along.

Jessie Lendennie, Director, Salmon Poetry
Nessa O'Mahony, Patrick Chapman, Ann Le Marquand-Hartigan, Maurice Harmon



Paul Soye, novelist
Meself, and the panel I read with. Sinéad Mac Aodha to my right.
Liam Carson, memoirist
Yvonne Cassidy, novelist
Sarah, Juno and Finbar, heading back to the DBF for more readings

6 comments:

Anna May said...

Ah! How lovely ! Juno is walking to the Literary Events now, and not being carried any more. She's sooooooo sweet. Glad you enjoyed the festival.

Anna May x

Rachel Fenton said...

Juno is too cute! Love the red shoes. Glad you had a lovely reading - Juno Charm indeed!

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

It was lovely to be reading there, Ann-May. N x

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Rachel - every girl need red shoes, right? N x

eimearryan said...

Aww ... Juno looks so intrepid in that pic!

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

She's an intrepid, old hand at the lit fests now. N x