Thanks to everyone who reads this blog,
& good luck with your own work.
"Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds" (Neil Gaiman) ... find out more at our short stories panel discussion with Hennessy Literary Award authors Niamh Boyce, Michael O'Higgins, Maire T. Robinson with Ferdia Mac Anna
There are some tickets left for this event -actually it would make a great night out for a writing group. The panel is made up short story writers published in the recent Hennessy Book of Irish fiction. The Hennessy Award helped launch the literary careers of writers such as Joseph O Connor, Colum McCann, Neil Jordan, Pat McCabe, Frank Mc Guinness, Anne Enright, Deirdre Madden, and Sara Baume... so, not bad :)
The Short Story - Friday at 8.15 at The Civic Theatre Tallaght.
to book click HERE
And in the meanwhile....
How to Enter for The Hennessy New Irish Writing Award -
Stories submitted to Hennessy New Irish Writing should not exceed 2,200 words. There is no entry fee. Writers whose work is selected for publication will receive €130 for fiction and €65 for poetry. You can email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it (with a stamped addressed envelope) to Ciaran Carty, Hennessy New Irish Writing, The Irish Times, 24-28 Tara Street, Dublin 2. All stories and poems published in Hennessy New Irish Writing will be eligible for the 2015 Hennessy Literary Awards. The winner of each category will receive a Hennessy trophy and €1,500. A Hennessy New Irish Writer of the Year, chosen from the winners of the three categories, will receive an additional prize of €2,500 and a trophy.
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