Great Writing - Great Places, a new series of free events which features writers in unusual venues somehow connected to their work, has been launched in Dublin.
The series is part of the celebrations of Dublin's status as UNESCO City of Literature and begins in Marsh's Library, Ireland's oldest public library, on Wednesday September 12 when meteorologist Evelyn Cusack and others will discuss the question Where Have all the Summers Gone?
Writing Turns Criminal at Green Street Court House on Wednesday September 26 sees crime writers Alex Barclay, Conor Brady, Declan Burke and Jane Casey discussing fact and fiction.
RTÉ broadcaster Myles Dungan will discuss the question Parnell Without the Split: what if history had been different? at the House of Lords, Bank of Ireland, College Green on Wednesday October 3.
More events will be added in the coming days. For full booking details, visit: www.dublincityofliterature.ie.