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Westmeath local Mary O’Rourke was named as a winner at the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2012 which took place on Thursday November 22.
Galway readers have shown that they prefer a more classical taste in literature by choosing To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee and Book Thief by Markus Zusak as their favourite books, in a survey undertaken to mark the 125th birthday of bookseller Easons.
A member of a Mullingar writing group who was inspired to put pen to paper is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Marian Keyes and Cecelia Ahern following the unveiling of her first novel at the launch of Culture Night 2010 in Dublin last week.
“My mother and father were illiterate immigrants from Russia. When I was a child they were constantly amazed that I could go to a building and take a book on any subject. They couldn’t believe this access to knowledge we have here in America. They couldn’t believe it was free.” - Kirk Douglas.
AS THE curtain comes down on one year, the Town Hall is already raising it for the New Year with the release of its programme details from January to March 2009. It’s a packed schedule of quality theatre, music, dance, and comedy with much to look forward to.
Glenroe native Mary McEvoy stars in Cecelia Ahern’s first play Mrs Whippy at Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday April 28.
Dean Crowe theatre presents the world premiere of Cecelia Ahern’s first play Mrs Whippy on Wednesday May 13 at 8pm.
HER BOOKS are sold in more than 40 countries; her debut novel – PS I Love You – has been filmed and others are already optioned, and she is the co-creator of hit US TV series Samantha Who?