Author Event – Elaine Feeney at Ardkeen Library

May 11, 2024 to May 11, 2024 3:00 PM

Waterford Libraries are delighted to welcome award winning author Elaine Feeney to Ardkeen Library on Saturday 11th May at 3:00pm.
This continues our Writers at Waterford Libraries series.

Elaine Feeney writes poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. She has published three poetry collections including The Radio was Gospel and Rise. Her debut novel As You Were won Dalkey Book Festival’s Emerging Writer Prize, The Kate O’ Brien Prize, Society of Authors’ McKitterick Prize, and was shortlisted for Novel of the Year at the Irish Book Awards and the Rathbones-Folio Prize. Feeney’s short fiction was published in The Art of The Glimpse: 100 Irish Short Stories and she has published widely including The Paris Review, The Stinging Fly, The Moth, Poetry Review and The Guardian. Her second novel How to Build a Boat was published in 2023 and was nominated for The Booker Prize. A new collection, All the Good Things You Deserve is forthcoming in 2024. She lectures at University of Galway.

This is a Free event, but booking is required. Please contact Ardkeen Library on 051 849755 for bookings and further information. 

This event is part of the Writers at Waterford Libraries programme of events for 2024. The series of writer events aims to unite readers and writers through free, accessible events in their local library branches.

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