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Winter Papers Launch with Kevin Barry

12 November, 2020 , 7:00 pm 8:00 pm GMT

Free

Winter Papers Launch with Kevin Barry, Roisin Kiberd, Tim MacGabhann, and Kerri ní Dochartaigh.

Join editor Kevin Barry and contributors to celebrate the publication of the sixth volume of Winter Papers. Winter Papers is an annual anthology for the arts in Ireland and beyond. Featuring fiction, essays, photography, and visual art, along with artists in-conversation pieces, its annual publication is an eagerly anticipated event.

Kevin Barry

Kevin Barry is the author of three novels and three short story collections, including most recently Night Boat to Tangier and That Old Country Music. He also writes plays and screenplays. He lives in Co Sligo.

Roisin Kiberd

Roisin Kiberd has been published in the Dublin Review, The Stinging Fly, the White
Review, the Guardian and others, and wrote a column on internet subcultures for
Vice. Her book, The Disconnect, will be published by Serpent’s Tail in 2021.

Tim MacGabhann

Tim MacGabhann is the author of Call Him Mine and How to Be Nowhere. His
fiction, non-fiction, and poetry also appear in gorse, The Stinging Fly, and the Dublin Review. He lives in Mexico City.

Kerri Ní Dochartaigh

Kerri ní Dochartaigh lives in an old stone railway cottage in the middle of Ireland.
She writes about nature, literature, and place. Her first book, Thin Places, will be
published by Canongate in January 2021.

This is an online event


The Dublin Book Festival is brightening up the cool autumn evenings with weekly events from Thursday 24th September until the beginning of the festival. With podcasts, poetry readings and crime-writing classes, you won’t want to miss this jam-packed series of events!

Join us as we take a seat with guests such as Christine Dwyer Hickey, Graham Norton, Dr Marie Cassidy, and Marita Conlon-McKenna and many more to discuss their riveting new books as well as a wide variety of topics, such as the career of a state pathologist, writing historical Irish fiction and how to write a best-selling crime fiction novel.

Click here to view the full programme of events for our Autumn Series.

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