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GMIT film and TV degree students showcase their work in special Eye screenings

A graduate showcase of work by 28 students on the GMIT film and TV degree programme will be shown in the Eye cinema in Galway tomorrow (Friday) June 7, from 10.45am.

Nothing to lose

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IT WAS a quiet midday morning in Bohermore when Galway writer Ken Bruen received the call that would change his life forever. However, he was somewhat unprepared for the moment.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

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FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

‘Keep your mouth and your legs closed. Keep your ears open, and send a ticket for Anne’

Every time I see the long angular shape of Ken Bruen loping through the back streets of Galway, I say to myself: ‘Bet he’s on a new case.’ Ken Bruen is acknowledged as one of the world’s best crime writers. He has written an amazing 27 novels, compiled numerous collections, and won heaps of awards and nominations, especially for his first Jack Taylor series beginning with The Guards (published 2001).

 

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