Writing Events

There’s plenty of events to keep all avid readers and aspiring writers busy and plenty more to come.
I thought you’d be interested in these two for starters!

Something  Wicked presents:
Crime Writing Workshop with Louise Phillips

Something Wicked

Louise Phillips is the bestselling author of Red Ribbons and 2013 winner of Crime Novel of the Year for The Doll’s House.

This free workshop will cover all aspects of crime writing including: plot, character, tension, effective dialogue and so much more.

Click the poster for more information, including registration details.

Date:  Thursday, 13 March 2014
Time:  7.00pm – 8.30pm
Venue:  Manor Books, 3 Church Road, Malahide
Admission:  Free event but registration essential.
Email: info@somethingwicked.eu 

Writers at Smock Alley:
John Connolly

A celebration to launch The Wolf in Winter
with music from John Kearney & Lucy Farrell

John Connolly

Smock Alley are delighted to announce another event in their ongoing series of author talks with neighbours, the Gutter Bookshop.

Join them to celebrate the launch of the twelfth Charlie Parker thriller, The Wolf in Winter. John Connolly will be joined by musicians Jonny Kearney and Lucy Farrell in what promises to be a unique and thrilling evening. There will be a book signing after the event in The Gutter Bookshop.

Date:  Thursday, 20 March 2014
Time:  6.30pm
Venue:  Smock Alley Theatre
Admission:  Free ticketed event (€1 admin fee for on-line tickets)


About Susan Condon

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

Posted on February 23, 2014, in Events, Writing Classes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. John Connolly came to my local library about two years ago and was highly amusing and entertaining and well worth dragging myself away from the fire and into the foggy night to attend his event. I love his books and love his writing and if anyone is thinking about whether or not to read him or to go to one of his author events – don’t hesitate. 🙂


    • Thoroughly agree, Jane, you couldn’t meet a nicer guy. He’s passionate about books and writing and reading and infects all around him.


      • That is what I love. I really do warm to those who have passion about anything. I am sad for those who are so dead-pan about life that nothing gets their juices flowing. I guess working in music all my life has spoiled me, for those without passion cannot create music and the same goes for writing or art in any shape or form.


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