What A Privilege!

There could be only one answer – a resounding YES – when I was asked to chair Three Voices/Three Forms at the Loose End Studio, Civic Theatre last Wednesday.

As part of the Red Line Book Festival 2012, this was a platform to showcase three very diverse, but equally talented writers:

Each writer read extracts from their work – Colm from his poetry, Don’t Go There; Eileen from her short story collection, Snow Shoes and Louise from her crime bestseller, Red Ribbons, along with a tantalizing taster from The Dolls House.

After their Readings I had an opportunity to ask each writer a couple of questions about their writing before opening up to the floor where the fun really began.

You only had to look at the audience to see how much they enjoyed listening to these wonderful writers and from the photo’s it certainly appears as if Colm, Eileen and Louise enjoyed the night too!

About Susan Condon

Irish Writer and Poet. Award winning, published short story writer.

Posted on November 19, 2012, in Events, Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Sorry to be so late to comment – a great night – one of the best ever – I think you have landing yourself a permanent chairing gig!!!


  2. Nice one, Sue. You’ll be doing the ‘Late Late’ next 🙂


  3. I’m so sorry I missed that! Can we catch a recording? Orl.


  4. carouselcreatesteam

    I was sorry I had to miss this, Susan. (I teach on Wednesday evenings) I’ve heard great reports that it was an excellent night. You all certainly look like you were having a ball!


  5. Sounds like a wonderful night Susan – I’m very annoyed I missed it.



  6. Sounds like a wonderful evening, Susan! Thanks for sharing and congratulations on your work as Chair.


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