Red Line Writing

I was delighted when my short piece, Secret Librarian, was chosen by Sue Hassett to be included in the Red Line Writing as part of South Dublin Libraries Red Line Book Festival last year, along with fellow writers and poets.

This is a reading of new work by writers from South Dublin, presented in diverse voices by actors from Inchicore College, Carousel Theatre School and Clondalkin Youth Theatre. To have your work read by a professional actor, while you sit in the audience of The Civic Theatre, is, I can assure you, quite a thrill.

Curious Broadcast is a radio station and production company who work with people to exchange knowledge through audio and video productions.

Head over to Curious Broadcast and take a moment to listen to the diverse work delivered on the night. Secret Librarian can be found at 00:22:18 but if you have time, I’d encourage you to listen to them all – you won’t be disappointed.

TITLE WRITER ACTOR
Artist’s Statement Molly O’Dwyer Rachael Dowling
Lily Shepherd Jen Donohoe Hayley Roche
Dulce Et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori Michael J. Whelan Asa Cuthbert
Irish Batt Michael J. Whelan Vladic Gurdis
Covenant Denied Michael J. Whelan Kenneth Hudson
Secret Librarian Susan Condon Nicola Kirwan
Sun God Gavan Duffy Kenny Stapleton
Classmate Gavan Duffy Conor Kelly
Border Shop Mae Newman Rachael Dowling
The Mind Fisher Doreen Duffy Hayley Roche
Tallaght Tardis Áine Lyons Nicola Kirwan
2 extracts from Acquittances 123 Sue Hassett Rachael Dowling

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About Susan Condon

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

Posted on February 28, 2013, in Events, Writer Profiles and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Looks like a great project and congrats on being included – must check it out

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  2. Well done, Susan!! I will definitely give this a listen!

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