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City of Books

Martina Devlin talks books with people who believe stories matter. And that you can never have too many books.

info_outline #33 BIG TOP, BIG DREAMS - SARAH WEBB 10/14/2021
info_outline #32 Myth-Making Michael Collins 09/16/2021
info_outline #31 The Road Less Travelled 08/19/2021
info_outline #30 Paul Perry's Eden Gone Wrong 07/22/2021
info_outline #29 In Praise of Difficult Women 06/24/2021
info_outline #28 Lisa McInerney's Riotous Revelations 05/27/2021
info_outline #27 Look! It's A Woman Writer! 05/13/2021
info_outline #26 Nora Barnacle - Joyce's Muse 04/28/2021
info_outline #25 Rónán Hession on Why Kindness is King 04/15/2021
info_outline #24 John Banville Fades To Black 03/25/2021
info_outline #23 Neil Jordan and the Runaway Slave 03/11/2021
info_outline #22 Danielle McLaughlin Finding Herself 02/25/2021
info_outline #21 Louise O'Neill on Why She's a Warrior not a Princess 02/11/2021
info_outline #20 Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin's Poetic Licence Earned 01/28/2021
info_outline #19 Anne Enright on an Altered Ireland 01/14/2021
info_outline #18 Many Strings to de Bernières's Mandolin 12/28/2020
info_outline #17 Haunted By The Ghost 12/11/2020
info_outline #16 Eoin McNamee's Hidden Histories 11/26/2020
info_outline #15 How Emma Donoghue Won an Oscar 10/30/2020
info_outline #14 The Diplomatic Arts 09/18/2020
info_outline #13 Lemn Sissay and the Story of Why 08/28/2020
info_outline #12 Richard Ford on Flouncing and Failure 07/10/2020
info_outline #11 Liz Nugent's Dark Materials 06/19/2020
info_outline #10 Colum McCann on Motorbikes and the Middle East 06/04/2020
info_outline #9 The Maamtrasna Murders 05/22/2020
info_outline #8 Joanna Trollope on Fiction, Family and Feminism 05/08/2020
info_outline #7 The Child's Eye from Marita Conlon-McKenna 04/23/2020
info_outline #6 South Dublin Noir Meets White Knuckle Crime 04/16/2020
info_outline #5 Why Prison Teaching Is My University - Carlo Gébler 04/08/2020
info_outline #4 Sinéad Gleeson's Reading Choices 04/03/2020
 
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