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Celebrating women writers of all genres from or based in Northern Ireland. Voted Best Wildcard & Best Collaborative Work . Tweets from the team.
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KellyCreighton 6h
book that made me cry (in the best way) was The Watch House - tender and beautiful
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Bernie McGill 5h
Thank you, Kelly. That is much appreciated. I’m so behind with . Going to cheat and have a big splurge one of these days. x
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Deirdre Sullivan 4h
Also Spill, Simmer, Falter, Wither made me cry. I love a good boy wrapped in language that would blow you away.
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Louise Nealon 3h
Book 23: A book that made me cry. A Girl is a Half-Formed thing by Eimear McBride. I ugly cried in the middle of so badly that several people asked was I alright. I wasn't. The ending of that book broke open something in me.
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Claire Hennessy 14h
day 23: a book that made you cry. As I am basically Mary Anne Spier but not as nice (that'd be an American kidlit series reference, people), I have selected FOUR titles from writers both Irish-born and Irish-adopted.
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Gaynor Kane 18h
The Faces of Change event for best collaboration with The two events were inspirational and added an extra dimension to the exhibition by bringing women's voices to the forefront.
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Maria McManus 5h
FREE EVENT: Booking info. Sunday 28 April: Hillsborough Quaker Meeting House. Sky You Are Too Big: Poetry Reading with Maria McManus, Viviana Fiorentino, Nandi Jola and Anesu Khanya Mtowa — John Hewitt Society. ALL WELCOME ⁦⁦
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Doire Press 1h
Very happy to announce our upcoming SECRET ANIMALS Cross-Border Tour, featuring , Breda Wall Ryan & ! Thanks to , , ,
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Máire, She Wrote 6h
Was thinking no recent buke had made me cry (I’m a double-hard bastard, me) but then I remembered Maggie O’Farrell’s I AM, I AM, I AM and in particular the chapter about her daughter 😭 One of my top memoirs of all time. It’s incredible.
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Swan River Press Apr 19
Good news everybody! Our next book, Rosa Mulholland's "Not to Be Taken at Bed-Time & Other Strange Stories" will be delivered to our office from the the printer Friday week. There are a handful of numbered copies left as well. Pre-orders:
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Whittrick Press 2h
This Saturday the 27th April, we're delighted to be part of 's Hillsborough Festival of Literature & Ideas and to have Sybil and Anne talk about the journey to see 'Mixed Veg' in the shops. Details here:
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Jane Talbot Apr 22
Day 22 : book with a ghost/supernatural element. I absolutely LOVED 😍 'The Uninvited' (deliciously slow build of tension and spectacular sense of place) and 'Earth-Bound' (short stories), both by Dorothy Macardle.
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Karen Mooney 2h
Would be most grateful for your support. If you haven't voted yet, please do. THANK YOU
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moyra_donaldson 1h
Looking forward to this!
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virag 4h
My private collection ⁦⁩ ⁦ Looking forward to taking part in this poetry happening again on May 2nd
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Catherine Tinley 3h
It’s my book release day! A Lady of Courage is part of a set with five other stories. Thanks for reminding me, Natalie!
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Karen Mooney 2h
Looking forward to this after hearing the readings at Stormont; very powerful.
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