Haunted Tales BOOKED OUT Amy Clarkin and Oein DeBhairduin in conversation with Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan

  • Thursday 09th November @ 7:10 pm
  • New Theatre, Temple Bar
  • Free. Booking required

    Join this evening event where authors discuss their spooky tales with writer and performer Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan. Amy Clarkin’s What Walks These Halls (The O’Brien Press) is a story of family, friendship and self-discovery centring around the haunted Hyacinth House. Oein DeBhairduin’s Twiggy Woman (Skein Press) is a chilling collection of ghost stories rooted in the oral tradition of the Irish Traveller community and folklore, re-envisioned and retold for modern times.

    This is an 18+ event.


    © City Headshots

    Amy Clarkin is a writer from Dublin. Her non-fiction writing is often on the theme of chronic illness and identity, and has been featured in Sonder Literary Magazine, Rogue, and Dear Damsels. Her debut novel, What Walks These Halls, was published in April to rave reviews, with Book 2 coming in Spring 2024. She can generally be found by the sea, drinking coffee, talking about her dog, or asking people what their favourite ghost story is.


    Oein de Bhairduin is from Galway in the west of Ireland. He loves stories, new and old, long shared and freshly told. It brings joy to his heart to read and tell tales from and about his community, the Mincéirí. He works in the National Museum of Ireland where he collects the objects and their stories that connect our past to our present and hopeful futures. 


    © Tristan Hutchinson

    Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan is a Dublin-based writer and performer from India. Her work has been published by Dedalus Press, Lifeboat Press, Poetry Ireland, Banshee, and Stinging Fly amongst others. Chandrika was selected to participate in the Irish Writers Centre’s XBorders programme 2018 and 2020, Poetry Ireland’s Introductions 2021, and Science Gallery Dublin’s Rapid Residency 2021. Chandrika was editor of Poetry Ireland’s Trumpet issue 9, is book reviewer for Children’s Books Ireland’s Inis magazine, and is on the Board of the Irish Writers Centre. She is Writer in Residence for the Institute of Physics for 2023.