For a week one during November, Dublin shines in its role as the fourth UNESCO City of Literature with the annual Dublin Book Festival. Now in its fifth year, the Dublin Book Festival showcases authors, publishers, and book sellers at over 50 events. The full schedule can be downloaded from the official festival page here.
Current Irish Fulbright Scholar, Eina McHugh, will be giving a reading at the Book Festival on Thursday, November 15th at 1:10 p.m. Eina will be reading with Tom Inglis as part of a talk entitled “Life’s Inspiration.” Eina has recently published her memoir, To Call Myself Beloved, and will be reading from her book during this lunchtime talk.
In her capacity as an Irish Fulbright Scholar, Eina will be travelling to the Lincoln Center Institute in New York City to research the Imagination Initiative.
All are welcome to attend this free, literary event at the Smock Alley Theatre in Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Eina will also be launching her book on Thursday, November 8th at 6:00 p.m. in the No Alibis Bookshop, 83 Botanic Avenue, Belfast. All are welcome to this event as well.
For further information on Eina and her book, please see the Belfast Telegraph’s recent article here.
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