Monday, 12 March 2012

IRISH SHORT STORY WEEK 2012

 
Mel Ulm at The Reading Life is having an Irish Short Story Week from today until the 22nd March. The idea is that bloggers write a post about one Irish short story and the list is pulled together at the end as a resource. Stories from Bowen to Wilde will be under discussion, as well as work from Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, Órfhlaith Foyle and myself. My work will be featured on the 19th of March along with Éilís's.

7 comments:

Parrish Lantern said...

This is a great event that Mel has organised & I am taking part in. Shall look out for your work on the 19th.

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Cheers Parrish. Everyone is Irish in the lead up to Paddy's Day, right?

Eilis Ni Dhuibhne said...

Thanks for letting us know about this, Nuala! Will check it out.

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

No problem, Éilís.

Parrish Lantern said...

Hi Nuala, I'll raise a glass of Murphy's to that, but my whisky will remain Scottish, although Occasionally Japanese.
PS My post is W.B. Yeats Irish Fairy Tales.

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Wonderful Parrish :) Mine's a Guinness. I look forward to the Yeats. Good choice.

Rachel Fenton said...

Just had a bob over there - will be back to read more - in my Irish capacity, you understand ;)

Thanks for the link.