On the evening of Thursday, 30th of April the first edition of the Feast of Epiphanies will take place at the James Joyce Centre on 35 North Great George’s Street. Over high tea and cocktails, the Joyce Centre and Tramp Press are inviting One City One Book author Roddy Doyle to discuss his take on writing modern Ireland alongside Kevin Power, author of Bad Day in Blackrock and Oona Frawley, author of Flight.
MC Peter Sheridan will guide each author in a brief interview to share the contentions and triumphs that come with plotting your country in a certain place and time. You’ll be served a series of delicious small courses while getting the chance to sit amongst the authors and discuss the topic of the evening, breaking down the walls between reader and writer and hopefully sparking some interesting ideas.
The Joyce Centre are hosting a series of discussions with authors at their beautiful North Great George’s St venue. As well as readings and Q&A sessions, there’ll be a fantastic menu. The ‘high tea’ will cater for an intimate group with Teeling providing a tea-infused cocktail, Skelligs providing chocolate and cheese from The Little Milk Company.
These events are also proudly supported by UNESCO City of Literature.
Head on over to the Joyce Centre page to book now, as places are limited: http://jamesjoyce.ie/event/feast-of-epiphanies-rewriting-modern-ireland/