Friday, October 4, 2013


Oh to be in Ireland...

Declan Burke just posted the full schedule for Irish Crime Fiction: A Festival at Trinity College. How cool would it be to attend?

Friday, November 22 (free tickets) 7.00pm-8.30pm:
‘A Short Introduction to Crime Fiction: Why We Write It, How We Write It, and Why We Read It’. Panellists: Jane Casey, John Connolly, Alan Glynn, Declan Hughes, and Eoin McNamee. 

Saturday, November 23 (free tickets for daytime events)
10.00am-11.15am: ‘Historical Crime Fiction’. Panelists: Kevin McCarthy, Eoin McNamee (chair), Stuart Neville, Peter Quinn, and Michael Russell.
11.30am-12.45am: ‘Irish Crime Fiction Abroad’. Panelists: Declan Burke (chair), Jane Casey, John Connolly, Conor Fitzgerald, Alan Glynn, Arlene Hunt.
12.45pm-1.30pm: lunch
1.30-3.30pm: Surprise Film Screening
3.45pm-5pm: ‘Crime Fiction and Contemporary Ireland’. Panelists: Paul Charles, Declan Hughes, Gene Kerrigan, Brian McGilloway (chair), Niamh O’Connor, Louise Phillips.
Closing Event 6pm (doors open 5.30), Exam Hall, Trinity College (€6 tickets) ‘An Evening With Michael Connelly’. John Connolly will be interviewing Michael, who will be signing books, including his newest novel The Gods of Guilt, which will have its Irish launch at this event.

Read more HERE

1 comment:

Patti Phillips said...

Me oh my, would I love to be at this one! :-)