Trouble Is Our Business: An Evening with Ireland’s Finest Crime Writers
Some of Ireland’s best writers take to the stage: Declan Burke in conversation with Declan Hughes, Alan Glynn and Alex Barclay (Presented by Red Line Book Festival / New Island Books).
An evening of discussion on Irish Crime Writing: Author, editor and journalist, Declan Burke, will be leading the conversation to unravel the ins and outs of the crime-writing process, the development of gripping plots and characters and the evolution of Irish crime writing.
Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Venue: The Civic Theatre, Loose End
Admission: €8/€6 concession
Perfect for crime fiction fans and aspiring authors – but it comes with a warning – as there will be a discussion of crime novels etc. and their content, the panel may be unsuitable for a young audience.
I’ve my seat booked and ready to go – hope to see you there!
Posted on September 25, 2016, in Events, Interviews, Writing and tagged Alan Glynn, Alex Barclay, Civic Theatre, crime writers, Declan Burke, Declan Hughes, new island books, Red Line Book Festival, troubles is our business, writing.ie. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.