Dublin Review Conversations: The Edit Suite Booked Out Liam Harrison, Lisa McInerney and Eimear Ryan in conversation with Brendan Barrington
Ireland’s culture of literary journals is the strongest it has been in decades – perhaps ever. For this year’s annual Dublin Review Conversations event, the editors of three journals – Lisa McInerney of The Stinging Fly, Eimear Ryan of Banshee and Liam Harrison of Tolka – join a fourth (The Dublin Review’s Brendan Barrington) to talk about what they do, how they do it, and how their work relates to the broader culture.
This is an 18+ event. The event starts at 6pm. Doors open from 5pm for food and drink. Please visit www.glassmasktheatre.com to browse the menu of delicious evening food and a beautiful wine list available from Bestseller Cafe at the Glass Mask Theatre.
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Liam Harrison is co-editor of Tolka and a lecturer in creative writing at UWE Bristol.
Lisa McInerney is the author of three novels: The Glorious Heresies, The Blood Miracles and The Rules of Revelation. She has won the Women’s Prize for Fiction, the Desmond Elliott Prize, the RSL Encore Award and the Premio Edoardo Kihlgren for European literature. She is published in 11 languages. In 2022, she was appointed editor of The Stinging Fly.
Eimear Ryan is co-editor of Banshee and the author, most recently, of The Grass Ceiling: On Being a Woman in Sport.
Brendan Barrington is editor of The Dublin Review and an editor at Sandycove, an imprint of Penguin Random House.