Lisa McInerney talks about her debut novel “The Glorious Heresies”, intertwining stories set in Cork after the financial crash (published by John Murray Press)
A public interview with author Salman Rushdie which took place during last year's Dalkey Book Festival. Over the course of a fascinating interview the conversation ranged from the influence of parents on their children's life choices to what it was like living under a fatwa.
Dermot Bolger, co-editor and Niamh Boyce, writer and contributor to the “The Hennessy Book of Irish Fiction 2005-2015”, a collection of 25 stories from the past decade which have made the shortlist for the Hennessy Literary Awards (published by New Island Books)
Abie Philbin Bowman spoke to composer Jennifer Walshe, editor of “Historical Documents of the Irish Avant Garde”, a fictionalised account of the avant garde movement in Ireland
Louisa Cameron reviews “What Becomes Of Us”, the debut novel by Henrietta McKervey about a woman trying to make a new life and set in Dublin in 1965 as the city prepares for the 50th anniversary of the 1916 Rising (published by Hachette Books)
Presenter: Seán Rocks