Limerick-based author Roisín Meaney is to host a literary evening at the Belltable
LIMERICK-based author Roisín Meaney is to host a literary evening at the Belltable this week.
Roisín will be joined by fellow authors Lisa McInerney and Liz Nugent for the event, taking place on Thursday, November 16 at 8pm.
It follows from a similar event that featured Donal Ryan, Julian Gough and Michael Durack, which was a huge success and this literary evening promises to be just as enriching, the Belltable say.
For the first time these three writers come together in Limerick to read from their work. Facilitated by Roisín, these readings are for everyone; book lovers, writers and anyone interested in the world of publishing.
Both Lisa McInerney and Liz Nugent are award wining writers - McInerney for her debut novel The Glorious Heresies and Nugent for her two novels of psychological suspense, Unravelling Oliver and Lying in Wait.
Kerry born, Limerick-based Roisín Meaney gave up her day job to write full-time in 2008, having already published four novels.
To date she is the author of fourteen adult novels and two children’s books, and her works have been translated into several languages.
Selected books have also been published in Australia and the US. She is currently working on the next, which is scheduled to hit the shelves in June 2018.
For more information on the literary evening taking place on Thursday at the Belltable, see www.limetreetheatre.ie to book tickets.