Dublin: A Writer’s City – BOOKED OUT Chris Morash

  • Sunday 12th November @ 12:30 pm
  • The Printworks, Dublin Castle
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    Chris Morash’s book, Dublin: A Writer’s City (Cambridge University Press) asks what it means to live in a city like Dublin, where literary culture has so long been a part of its identity, and almost every street has layers of stories to be discovered, from Swift and LeFanu to Joyce, Meehan and Boland. This walking tour returns the literary archaeology of Dublin: A Writer’s City to the streets from which it came, exploring the imagination’s potential to enrich urban life.

    The meeting point for this tour is at the Printworks, Dublin Castle.


    Photo by: Paul Sharp

    Chris Morash is the inaugural Seamus Heaney Professor of Irish Writing at Trinity College Dublin. He has published widely on Irish studies, with books on Irish Famine literature, Irish theatre history, media history, and spatial theory; he has collaborated with the Abbey Theatre and chairs the judging panel for the Dublin Literary Award, one of the world’s richest literary prizes.