‘Interned’ in Original Writing from Ireland’s Own, 2012

You can check out my memory piece, Interned, published Original Writing from Ireland's Own, 2012
in the third Anthology of Original Writing from Ireland’s Own.

An anthology of the best stories from the annual writing competitions run by Ireland’s premier family magazine.

This collection includes forty short stories and memories pieces from the latest annual writing competitions run by Ireland’s leading family magazine with contributions from South Africa, Switzerland, France, England and sixteen Irish counties.

Also included, from fellow Platform One writers, are a memory piece from Marie Gahan, Requiem for a Prince and a short story from Doreen Duffy, Cuts Like A Knife.

If you’re interested in picking up a copy it’s available to purchase in paperback from Ireland’s Own.

Or in-store in Eason or as an ebook from Eason or Amazon.

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About Susan Condon

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

Posted on December 12, 2012, in Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Well done Susan..Bought the anthology for Freds mam for Christmas.x

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  2. Congrats, Sue! Another addition to your growing CV. Must look out for it.

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  3. Well done Susan, and also Marie and Doreen. It sounds like a great christmas present too!!! Looking forward to picking up my copy-congrats, congrats, onwards and upwards 🙂 xxx L

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  4. Susan – Well done! Sounds like a great collection. Thanks for sharing with us.

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