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Dublin, Friendship and Outsiders: Rónán Hession and Fíona Scarlet

 

Thursday 1st April 6pm

 

Little Museum of Dublin and One Dublin One Book presents Rónán Hession and Fíona Scarlett in conversation with Sarah Costigan of the Little Museum. 

As part of the museum’s 120 Dublin Stories series, this conversation will reflect on the idea of Dublin as a character and speak about themes such as friendship & outsiders as depicted in Leonard & Hungry Paul by One City One Book author Rónán Hession, and in Fíona Scarlett’s debut novel Boys Don’t Cry. 

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The event will also be streamed live on Little Museum of Dublin Facebook page 

 

Rónán Hession is the author of Leonard and Hungry Paul which has been nominated for several awards including Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. Rónán has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. His second novel Panenka will be published in May 2021.

Fíona Scarlett is from Dublin, but is now living in Co. Kildare with her husband and two children. She holds an MLit in creative writing with distinction from the University of Glasgow, was awarded the Denis O’Driscoll Literary Bursary for an emerging writer through Kildare County Council 2019, and a Literature Bursary through the National Arts Council Ireland 2020. She works full time as a primary school teacher and her debut novel Boys Don’t Cry will be published by Faber & Faber in April 2021.

Watch previous episodes of 120 Dublin Stories

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 1 at 6:00 pm

Tickets

Free

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Reading Dublin – UCD Online Course

Reading Dublin – One Dublin One Book 2021

Wednesday Mornings in April beginning 7th, 10.30am

 

Completing this online UCD course provides you with an in-depth understanding of Dublin from some of the writers who have lived here and made this city their subject. This course is designed to tie in with events in One Dublin One Book festival 2021 culminating in Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession the 2021 selected title.  This is available to be read online from Dublin libraries. We will read a variety of books and other material which may relate thematically to the 2021 One Dublin One Book choice, or through their connection with Dublin or author. The course will consider the changing place of Dublin in literature and examine different ways the city has been represented by writers. No prior knowledge or skills are required for this course beyond enjoyment and an interest in reading and in finding out more about your city. 

This online course is taught by Garrett Fagan and runs on Wednesday mornings over four weeks beginning 7th April. 

More details https://bit.ly/3qeHBzJ

Time

April 7 at 10:30 am

Tickets

€100

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The Rick O’Shea Book Club: Nice and Nasty

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Wednesday 7th April 8pm

 

Rick O’Shea hosts a discussion between writers Alex Barclay and Rónán Hession about characters and characterisation. What makes a memorable character? Where do characters come from?  How to write light and dark characters? Who are their favourite characters in literature.

Alex Barclay is the award-winning author of nine crime novels, a fantasy novel for children, and the upcoming My Heart and Other Breakables for teens. She also writes for screen. 

Rónán Hession is the author of Leonard and Hungry Paul which has been nominated for several awards including Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. Rónán has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. His second novel Panenka will be published in May 2021.

 

Time

April 7 at 8:00 pm

Tickets

Free

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Art and Compassion: Lunchtime Discussion

 

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Thursday 8th April 1pm

 
Lunchtime discussion on art and compassion, hosted by Irish Hospice Foundation as part of One City One Book, supported by Creative Ireland

Leonard and Hungry Paul author Rónán Hession is joined by Dominic Campbell, arts officer for Irish Hospice Foundation, and special guest Mary Shine Thompson  for a lunch long discussion on art and compassion.

Does the arts bring us help when we are in need? How might that work? What might this mean in a pandemic?

Join us for an exchange of examples and understandings for added enjoyment of your soup and sandwiches.

Rónán Hession is the author of Leonard and Hungry Paul which has been nominated for several awards including Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. Rónán has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. His second novel Panenka will be published in May 2021.

Mary Shine Thompson is the DCU Educational Trust’s representative on DCU’s Governing Authority. She qualified as a barrister in 2016 and now chairs Reparation Panels for the Restorative Justice Service. A second strand of her work relates to the promotion of the arts, especially as they intersect with education. In this capacity she assists the DCU team to integrate visual arts into the life of the university. She has acted as literary and arts advisor / consultant for various state and non–state bodies. She is a former chair of Encountering the Arts Ireland, of Poetry Ireland, and of Imram. Until 2010 she was Dean of Research and Humanities at St Patrick’s College and lecturer in English, and continues to maintain a strong interest in literary and academic affairs.

Dominic Campbell is establishing Irish Hospice Foundation’s arts programme, where making meaning is supported with creative practice and compassionate culture nurtured. A cultural producer, excited by the positive effects on society of longer lives he founded Creative Aging International, transformed Bealtaine, Earagail and St Patrick’s Festivals, and is an inaugural cohort of The Global Brain Health Institute and Atlantic Fellowship, a Next Avenue Key Influencer on Aging, and board member of Africa’s Arts in Medicine Fellowship

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 8 at 1:00 pm

Tickets

Free

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Contemporary Music Centre – Musical Tales

 

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Thursday 8th April 7.30pm

 

This online Musical Tales event presented by the Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland in association with One Dublin One Book features performances of works by composers from Ireland Linda Buckley, Greg Caffrey, Ben Dwyer, David Fennessy, Deirdre McKay and Jonathan Nangle that were selected from CMC’s collection by composer curator Jane O’Leary based on connections with Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession, be it through themes, era, characters, places, ideas, sounds, images, etc.

Performances of these works are presented alongside readings by author Rónán Hession of extracts from the book that inspired curator Jane O’Leary’s selection of works for the following programme, together with contributions by the curator in which she explains why these extracts inspired selection of the works performed:

exploding stars (2011) by Linda Buckley, performed by violinist Darragh Morgan

a pale yellow sky, mvts. 1 and 6 (2005) by Deirdre McKay, performed by harpist Clíona Doris

Changeless and the changed (2014) by David Fennessy, performed by violinist Alice Rickards and cellist Sonia Cromarty

disjecta iii from five disjecta (after Beckett) (2019) by Benjamin Dwyer, performed by composer guitarist Benjamin Dwyer

Mandala (2020) by Jonathan Nangle, performed by clarinettist Deirdre O’Leary

Bagatelle No. 2 (2019) by Greg Caffrey, performed by guitarist Matthew McAllister

This will be followed by a live Panel Discussion led by CMC’s Linda O’Shea Farren, in which Rónán Hession, Jane O’Leary and some of the featured composers and performers will participate via zoom, with an opportunity for the audience to ask questions of the Panel.

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 8 at 7:30 pm

Tickets

Free

Booking

Booking not necessary

Ballymun Book Club Event

Tuesday 13th April 1pm

 

Ballymun Library Book Club discusses Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession. Rónán will join the meeting at the start to answer questions and read from the book before leaving the readers to discuss the novel among themselves.

If you wish to enquire about joining the book club please contact Ballymun Library at ballymunlibrary@dublincity.ie

 

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 13 at 1:00 pm

Tickets

Free

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Live Webinar with Rónán Hession – Fingal Libraries (BOOKED OUT)

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photo by Ger Holland

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Thursday 15th April 7.30pm

 

This a free Webinar with Rónán Hession hosted by journalist Edel Coffey. Fingal Libraries are delighted to present a reading by Rónán Hession followed by questions and answers during this free online talk.

Rónán Hession is an Irish writer based in Dublin. Leonard and Hungry Paul has been nominated for a number of prizes, including the Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. Rónán has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. Rónán’s second novel, Panenka, will be published in May 2021.

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 15 at 7:30 pm

Tickets

Free

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Music, Writing and Creativity

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Friday 16th April 7.30pm

 

One Dublin One Book presents Rónán Hesssion, aka Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, in conversation with Leagues O’Toole about his music, writing and creativity. Together they will explore Rónán’s transition from song writing, to novel writing and the power of music as a source of inspiration. We will also be treated to performances by Rónán, with songs from his three albums: Senor, My Friend; The Herring and the Brine; and the Choice Music Prize-nominated Dictionary Crimes.

Rónán Hession is an Irish writer based in Dublin. His debut novel Leonard and Hungry Paul chosen as the 2021 One Dublin One Book was published by Bluemoose Books in the UK and by Melville House Books in the US. Leonard and Hungry Paul has been nominated for a number of prizes, including the Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. Rónán has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. Rónán’s second novel, Panenka, will be published in May 2021.

Leagues O’Toole is a writer, music promoter, presenter and arts curator. He is the author of the 2006 book The Humours of Planxty, former presenter and researcher of the influential No Disco music tv show, and former publisher and editor of Foggy Notions magazine. He is currently the managing director of Foggy Notions Live, promoting concerts in Dublin and around Ireland as well as producing one-off online events and festivals.

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 16 at 7:30 pm

Tickets

Free

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Central Library Book Club

Monday 19th April 1pm

 

The Central Library Book Club discusses Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession. Rónán will join the meeting at the start to answer questions and read from the book before leaving the readers to discuss the novel among themselves.

If you wish to enquire about joining the book club please contact Central Library at centrallibrary@dublincity.ie

 

 

 

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 19 at 1:00 pm

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Free

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Poetry at the LexIcon: Bebe Ashley, Seán Hewitt, Richard Scott

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Monday 19th April 7pm

 

We are all interconnected through shared experiences, languages, and vulnerabilities. With poetry that is always in conversation with other poets and artists, Bebe Ashley, Seán Hewitt and Richard Scott capture our capacity for despair and our need for kindness. Their vivid and unique work explores how to make space, in a fraught and difficult world, for love, freedom and joy. 

Join Bebe, Seán, Richard as they read from their collections and speak with Rosamund Taylor during this event brought to you by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Libraries.

Bebe Ashley lives in Belfast. She is an AHRC-funded PhD candidate at the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry where she is working on a collection of poetry that charts her progress towards qualifying as a British Sign Language interpreter. Her work can be found in Prototype’s Intertitles, Modern Poetry in Translation, Poetry Birmingham Literary Journal, Poetry Ireland Review, Banshee, Poetry Jukebox and The Tangerine. Her debut poetry collection, Gold Light Shining, was published by Banshee Press in October 2020.

Seán Hewitt is a poet, lecturer and literary critic. His debut collection, Tongues of Fire (Cape, 2020), was shortlisted for The Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award. In 2019, he won an Eric Gregory Award, and he is also the winner of the Resurgence Prize, 2017. His memoir, All Down Darkness Wide, will be published in 2022 by Jonathan Cape in the UK and Penguin Press in the USA.

Richard Scott was born in London in 1981. His publications include Soho (Faber & Faber, 2018). Recent works include ‘Woman Peeling Turnips; A Portrait of my Father’, an eighteen-part poem written in response to his residency at Southwark Park Galleries and broadcast on Resonance FM; and ‘Glasgow Green Redux’, commissioned by The National Poetry Library and The Edwin Morgan Trust to celebrate Edwin Morgan’s centenary. Richard’s poetry has been translated into German and French. He teaches poetry at The Faber Academy.

 

RTÉ Radio One’s Book On One

Monday to Friday, 19th to 30th April. 11.20pm (POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE)

 

RTÉ Radio 1’s Book on One is delighted to be opening its forthcoming new season of books read on radio with Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession read by actor Emmet Kirwan and produced by Clíodhna Ní Anluain. Excerpts will be broadcast weekday nights at 11.20am from Monday to Friday at a date to be announced soon, and will available to be also enjoyed on the RTÉ Book on one website for one month following the first broadcast of each episode. See: https://www.rte.ie/radio1/book-on-one/ 

 

Time

April 19 at 11:20 pm

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Celebrating Leonard & Hungry Paul

 

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Tuesday 20th April at 7.30pm

 
A celebration of this year’s One Dublin One Book choice – Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession. With interview, readings and music.

Join us for our flagship event to celebrate Leonard and Hungry Paul. Author Rónán Hession will be in conversation with arts journalist Nadine O’Regan about writing his debut novel about two friends trying to find their place in the world. Excerpts from the book will be performed by actor Emmet Kirwan. There will be music performances by Irish folk singer Brigid Mae Power.

Leonard and Hungry Paul was published in 2019 by Bluemoose Books and has been nominated for several awards including the Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. The novel is about those uncelebrated people who have the ability to change the world, not by effort or force, but through their appreciation of all that is special and overlooked in life and has become a word-of-mouth hit among readers.

Rónán Hession is from Dublin and has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. His second novel Panenka will be published in May 2021. As Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, he has released three albums of storytelling songs. His third album Dictionary Crimes was nominated for the Choice Music Prize for Irish album of the year.

Brigid Mae Power is a singer songwriter. Recently signing to Fire Records, Power released the surely autobiographical and acclaimed album ‘Head Above The Water’ in 2020 which was Rough Trade’s ‘Album Of The Month’. The third album from the celebrated Irish singer songwriter is a coming of age opus featuring a ground-breaking amalgamation of traditional folk and country – an engaging blend of strings, bouzouki, piano and Power’s distinctive vocal make it a beautiful body of work.

Emmet Kirwan is an Irish actor, playwright and screenwriter. He is known for starring in RTÉ2’s Sarah & Steve and for writing and starring in the 2015 play, and 2018 movie version of Dublin Oldschool. Other credits include parts in Ella Enchanted, ’71 and Inside I’m Dancing. 

Nadine O’Regan is an award-winning Irish journalist, broadcaster and podcaster. Editor of the Business Post Magazine, the culture magazine which is published weekly with the Business Post newspaper, she is also a columnist and arts writer with the publication, as well as its head of podcasting. A cover presenter on RTÉ Radio 1 (Late Date), Nadine has presented shows on Phantom FM (The Kiosk) and Today FM (Songs in the Key of Life). Nadine hosts the interview podcast My Roots Are Showing.

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 20 at 7:30 pm

Tickets

Free

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Cabra Library Book Club

Tuesday 20th April 8.30pm

 

Cabra Library Book Club discusses Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession. Rónán will join the meeting at the start to answer questions and read from the book, before leaving the readers to discuss the novel among themselves.

If you wish to enquire about joining the book club please contact Cabra Library at cabralibrary@dublincity.ie

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 20 at 8:30 pm

Tickets

Free

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Seattle and Dublin: Two Cities One Book

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Friday 23rd April 1pm

 

(Note – this event will be broadcast to American audiences on Thursday 22nd April at 6pm (Seattle time) American audiences can watch here 

Rónán Hession and Nancy Pearl discuss Leonard and Hungry Paul

Join us for a special conversation between beloved rock star librarian Nancy Pearl and Rónán Hession, whose novel Leonard and Hungry Paul is the 2021 One Dublin One Book selection.

Did you know that The Seattle Public Library started the original ‘one book, one city’ with a programme called  ‘If All of Seattle Read the Same Book’  (better known now as ‘Seattle Reads’) back in 1998? The programme, created by Nancy Pearl, has been a huge success, spreading throughout the United States as well as to cities around the world. For the first time ever, Seattle is partnering with another city to celebrate their ‘one book’ selection and to talk a bit about why shared reading experiences are so powerful. The Dublin One City One Book programme (now One Dublin One Book) began in 2006 with Flann O’Brien’s At Swim Two Birds and has featured over the years books by Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, James Joyce, Edna O’Brien, Christine Dwyer Hickey and many others. 

This event is presented in partnership with Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle City of Literature, The Seattle Public Library Foundation and Elliott Bay Book Company, with thanks to author series sponsors the Gary and Connie Kunis Foundation, and to media sponsor The Seattle Times. This event will be pre-recorded and streamed on SPL’s YouTube channel and Dublin City of Literature YouTube channel.

Nancy Pearl regularly speaks about the importance and pleasure of reading at libraries, literacy organizations, and community groups around the world.  She can be found on NPR’s Morning Edition and KWGS-FM in Tulsa, Oklahoma talking about her favorite books. Her monthly television show on the Seattle Channel, Book Lust with Nancy Pearl, features interviews with authors, poets, and other literary figures. Among her many honors are the 2011 Librarian of the Year Award from Library Journal and the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association. Nancy is the creator of the internationally recognized program If All of Seattle Read the Same Book, and was the inspiration for the Archee McPhee “Librarian Action Figure.”  Nancy is a best-selling author, librarian, and literary critic, but first and foremost, she is a reader and has spent her life promoting reading as one of the most beneficial and joyful experiences anyone can have. 

Rónán Hession is an Irish writer based in Dublin. His debut novel Leonard and Hungry Paul was published by Bluemoose Books in the UK and by Melville House Books in the US. Leonard and Hungry Paul has been nominated for a number of prizes, including the Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. Rónán has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. Rónán’s second novel, Panenka, will be published in May 2021. As Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, he has released three albums of storytelling songs. His third album Dictionary Crimes was nominated for the Choice Music Prize for Irish album of the year. 

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 23 at 1:00 pm

Tickets

Free

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Eight Days a Week: Developing as a Writer in the Real World with Donal Ryan and Rónán Hession

 

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Tuesday 27th April 7pm

 

RDS Library and One Dublin One Book present an interview by award-winning writer Donal Ryan with Rónán Hession, about becoming a writer, allowing time for creativity in a busy life and the inspiration behind Leonard and Hungry Paul, this year’s One Dublin One Book choice.  This event is part of the RDS Library Speakers Series in association with One Dublin One Book.

Donal Ryan, from Nenagh, Co Tipperary, is the author of five number one-bestselling novels and a short story collection. He has won several awards for his fiction, including four Irish Book Awards, the Guardian First Book Award, and the European Union Prize for Literature, and he has twice been nominated for the Booker Prize. His work has been adapted for stage and screen and is published in over twenty languages. He teaches Creative Writing at the University of Limerick.

Rónán Hession is an Irish writer based in Dublin. His debut novel Leonard and Hungry Paul has been nominated for a number of prizes, including the Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut. Rónán has also been longlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards for Short Story of the Year. Rónán’s second novel, Panenka, will be published in May 2021. As Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, he has released three albums of storytelling songs. His third album Dictionary Crimes was nominated for the Choice Music Prize for Irish album of the year. 

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 27 at 7:00 pm

Tickets

Free

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Our City Our Books Book Club (BOOKED OUT)

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Tuesday 27th April 8.30pm

 

Our City Our Books invites readers to discuss Leonard and Hungry Paul at this book club meeting. Author Rónán Hession will join the meeting at the start to answer questions and read from the book, before leaving readers to discuss the novel among themselves. Book club attendees can avail of a free copy of the book, posted to their address, but please note that places are limited.

Leonard and Hungry Paul are two quiet friends who see the world differently. Using humour, stints of silence and board games, they try to steer their way through the maelstrom that is the 21st century.

 

Described as “the book we all need at the moment”, this charming novel celebrates those underappreciated people whose gentleness and appreciation of the small things of life have the power to change the world.

 

 

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Online Event

Time

April 27 at 8:30 pm

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Free

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The Human Family – Poetry Workshop with Nessa O’Mahony (BOOKED OUT)

 

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Thursday 29th April at 2pm 

Join poet Nessa O’Mahony on Poetry Day for this poetry workshop organised by the National Library of Ireland exploring the themes from this year’s One Dublin One Book choice, Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession.

As this will be an interactive workshop, places are limited. 

Time

April 29 at 2:00 pm

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Free

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DCU Book Club

Thursday 29th April at 7.30pm

 

Leonard and Hungry Paul will feature as part of the DCU Book Club in April. The DCU Book Club is a virtual monthly book club for DCU staff with over 165 members. 

A Live event with writer Rónán Hession takes place online on Thursday, April 29th at 7.30pm. It will be moderated by John McDonough, University Librarian. 

DCU Staff can register here: https://www.dcu.ie/president/our-dcu-virtual-book-club

 

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 29 at 7:30 pm

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Free

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Our City Our Books Book Club (BOOKED OUT)

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Thursday 29th April 8pm

 

This month Our City Our Books is celebrating the One Dublin One Book 2021 selection, Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession. 

Attendees of this special book club session can avail of a free copy of the book, posted to their address, but please note that places are limited. 

Leonard and Hungry Paul are two quiet friends who see the world differently. Using humour, stints of silence and board games, they try to steer their way through the maelstrom that is the 21st century.

Described as “the book we all need at the moment”, this charming novel celebrates those underappreciated people whose gentleness and appreciation of the small things of life have the power to change the world.

 

 

 

Venue

Online Event

Time

April 29 at 8:00 pm

Tickets

Free

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Embassy of Ireland in Poland: Evening With Rónán Hession

 
 

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The Embassy of Ireland welcomes you to an online discussion with Irish author Rónán Hession, moderated by Liliana Sikorska.

The Embassy of Ireland in Poland has joined One Dublin One Book for the second time, gathering six book clubs of young readers across Poland who share the joy of reading and discussion, to celebrate the best in contemporary Irish writing. Rónán Hession will speak to his Polish readers – past, current and future – on 5th May at 7pm Polish time (6pm Irish time)

This event is open to everyone, both those lucky enough to have read this wonderful book and also those who are interested in learning more about “Leonard and Hungry Paul” and its author Rónán Hession. The event will be in English.

About the author

Rónán Hession is an Irish writer and musician based in Dublin. As Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, he has released three albums of songs, with his most recent album, Dictionary Crimes, nominated for the Choice Music Prize for album of the year.

“Leonard and Hungry Paul” is his first novel, and was not only chosen for the One Dublin One Book project, but has also been nominated for Irish Novel of the Year and the British Book Award for Best Debut.

About the moderator

Liliana Sikorska—Head, Department of English Literature and Literary Linguistics, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań. President, International Association of University Professors of English 2016–2019. Academic interests comprise medievalism and orientalism, Celtic and Irish cultures and English literature. Her publications include: Ironies of Art/Tragedies of Life: Essays on Irish Literature (ed. 2005), A Universe of (hi)stories: Essays on J.M. Coetzee (ed. 2006). She has also authored An Short History of English Literature (fourth edition 2011). She is the general editor of An Outline History of English Literature in Texts. Vol I- III (2007) and general editor of An Outline History of Irish Literature in Texts (2011). She co-authored a book Paul Muldoon’s works: Between the Self and the other. Essays on the Poetry of Paul Muldoon (2018) Her most recent publication is Other Encounters: Reading the Medieval Orient in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Narratives (to be published by MIP Press, 2021).

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