The 20 winners of the Irish Writers' Centre Novel Fair Competition have been announced. The Centre received over 570 entries.I'm delighted (understatement!) to say that my novel, The Herbalist, is one of the winning novels. Looking forward to the Novel Fair in March where there will be the opportunity to pitch it to Irish agents and publishers.
|Helen Blackhurt||The Galah Birds|
|Therese Cox||Dear Dirty Dublin|
|Jennifer Brady||What Ghost Burns|
|Ian Flitcroft||The Reluctant Cannibals|
|Daniel Seery||The Glue Sniffer|
|Mary Murphy||The Boy from England|
|Janet Cameron||Next Time the World Ends|
|Garvan Grant||A Piece of Work|
|Susan Stairs||The Watching Wall|
|Delia O'Callaghan||Honeysuckle to Handcuffs|
|Geraldine Shears||Shakespeare's Tree|
|Fran Russell Banks||A Spider's Quickness|
|Edel Moloney||What is Unspoken|
|Alan Timmins||The Dogs Came Home|
|Niamh Boyce||The Herbalist|
|Marie Hannigan||Tide Riders|
|Roderick Maguire||The Legal Term|
Friday, January 20, 2012
Irish Writers' Centre Novel Fair Competition
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