London Metropolitan University Research Institutes
 

Irish Writers in London Summer School 2013

 

18th Irish Writers in London Summer School 
13 June - 19 July 2013
DRAFT
First established in 1996, the summer school runs for two nights a week for five weeks and provides an informal but informative setting for students wishing to study Irish literature over the summer. Each week a set text is discussed in class on Tuesday evening and the following Thursday, the author reads and/or speaks about it to students. 
Guests Writers:
Novelist Lucy Caldwell returns to the Summer School to talk about her new novel All the Beggars Riding about a young woman who confronts her past through writing 
Poet Martina Evans on her recent prose poem Petrol, described by Bernard O’Donoghue as ‘a masterpiece: deeply original and inspired.’
Dramatist Annie Caulfield on her radio play Dusty Won’t Play, the true story of Dusty Springfield’s refusal to play to segregated audiences in South Africa in 1964  
Novelist Mark Macauley on his debut novel The House of Slamming Doors about a boy growing up in a dysfunctional Anglo-Irish family home in 1960s Co. Wicklow.
Seaneen Molloy on her award-winning blog The Secret Life of a Manic Depressive, her account of learning to live and love with bipolar disorder
N.B. This is not a creative writing course, but will complement such a course of study at 
London Metropolitan University or elsewhere. 
No prior qualifications are required to attend
 
Times:   6.00 - 8.30pm (refreshments provided)
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays with the opening night on Thursday 13 June and an additional class on Friday 19 July. 
Fees: £150 (concessions £115); Early Bird to 10 May - £135 (concessions £105) 
To enrol:   email: iset@londonmet.ac.uk  or Tel: 020 7133 2913 
Further information at: www.londonmet.ac.uk/iset
or contact Tony Murray at t.murray@londonmet.ac.uk or 020 7133 2593

18th Irish Writers in London Summer School 
13 June - 19 July 2013

First established in 1996, the summer school runs for two nights a week for five weeks
and provides an informal but informative setting for students wishing to study Irish literature over the summer. Each week a set text is discussed in class on Tuesday evening and the following Thursday, the author reads and/or speaks about it to students.
 
Guests Writers:
 
Novelist Lucy Caldwell returns to the Summer School to talk about her new novel All the Beggars Riding about a young woman who confronts her past through writing
 
Poet Martina Evans on her recent prose poem Petrol, described by Bernard O’Donoghue as ‘a masterpiece: deeply original and inspired.’
 
Dramatist Annie Caulfield on her radio play Dusty Won’t Play, the true story of Dusty Springfield’s refusal to play to segregated audiences in South Africa in 1964
 
Novelist Mark Macauley on his debut novel The House of Slamming Doors about a boy growing up in a dysfunctional Anglo-Irish family home in 1960s Co. Wicklow.
 
Seaneen Molloy on her award-winning blog The Secret Life of a Manic Depressive, her account of learning to live and love with bipolar disorder
 
N.B. This is not a creative writing course, but will complement such a course of study at 
London Metropolitan University or elsewhere. 
No prior qualifications are required to attend
 
Times:   6.00 - 8.30pm (refreshments provided)
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays with the opening night on Thursday 13 June and an additional class on Friday 19 July. 
Fees: £150 (concessions £115); Early Bird to 10 May - £135 (concessions £105) 
To enrol:   email: iset@londonmet.ac.uk  
               Tel: 020 7133 2913
 
Further information at: www.londonmet.ac.uk/iset
or contact Tony Murray at t.murray@londonmet.ac.uk or 020 7133 2593

 






 

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