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KEN BRUEN'S writing is like Charles Bukowski’s in that people tend to either love it, or be allergic to it. No one pretends to like Bruen’s writing in the way they do, say, the poetry of Ocean Vuong or Doireann Ní Gríofa because, to paraphrase WH Auden, they think it is the correct opinion to have for the time of year.
JACK TAYLOR, the hit TV series made in Galway and inspired by the novels of award winning Galway author Ken Bruen, begins its new season on the new Irish TV channel be3 - formerly UTV Ireland - this Saturday at 9pm.
AGATHA CHRISTIE’S 1943 play, And Then There Were None, based on her 1939 novel, is to be staged by the Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society.
KEN BRUEN, the Galwegian and internationally acclaimed crime fiction author, has received a nomination in the 2010 Spinetingler Awards.
Britain’s best selling crime novelist Ian Rankin is coming to this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature where he will read from his work and take part in a public interview.
This week marks the official launch of Mysterytrips.ie, the party organisers with a twist.
Internationally acclaimed Galway crime author Ken Bruen has won Le Grand Prix De La Littérature Policière 2009 for the best non-French language crime novel.