Nuala has a new essay about perimenopause (and hope!) in the new non-fiction journal from Bay Path University, Multiplicity Magazine. In ‘The Hope Cure – Negotiations with the Peri-fog’, she touches on everything from ee cummings to ‘The Shawshank Redemption’. You can read the essay here.
Nuala will take part in the Women of Yore Afternoon Tea in Limerick on 2nd February at One Pery Square. Music, literature, costume and cakes! Also appearing: Niamh Boyce, Rose Servitova, Melissa Shiels and more.
Nuala will read a new essay at an International Women’s Day event in Carrick-on-Shannon on the 8th March at 2.30pm. Dock Arts Centre.
Nuala will be taking part in a Historical Fiction event at Hodges Figgis, Dublin, on the 4th April. This is a free event. More details here.
Nuala is teaching a pre-festival Historical Flash Fiction workshop at Flash Fiction Festival UK on Friday 19th June. Book here.
She will also, as Editor of Splonk, take part in a panel at Flash Fiction Festival, on editing a flash journal, with Meg Pokrass.
Publishers Marketplace, aka PubLunch, announced my new novel about the wondrous Nora Barnacle today, so I can too. Delighted!
Nuala is taking part in a number of events at the third annual Flash Fiction Festival in Bristol, England, this weekend. The festival begins on Friday the 28th June 2019.
Nuala will teach a workshop on Historical Flash Fiction; take part in a panel discussion on International Flash; and read at the BIFFY event.
The festival is always a lively one, packed with workshops, panels and readings. Check it out here.
Interview: 8th March – Gullane’s Hotel, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway – 7pm
Nuala will interview Nessa O’Mahony about her Ballinasloe-set novel, The Branchman. More here.
Workshop: 16th March – Trades Union Hall, Kanturk, Co. Cork – 10am
Nuala is facilitating a flash fiction workshop at Kanturk Arts Festival in Cork on the 16th March from 10am to 1pm. Cost: €25. To book contact Mary on 087 6406705.
Interview: 23rd March – Seamus Heaney Homeplace, Co. Derry – 3pm
Nuala will interview Frank McGuinness about his career and his latest novel about the death of James Joyce, The Woodcutter and his Family. More here.
Reading: 10th April – Cúirt Festival of Literature, Galway – 8pm
Nuala will be reading from Becoming Belle. Fellow readers are Joseph O’Connor and Páraic O’Donnell. More here.
Workshop: 13th April – Irish Writers Centre – 1.45pm to 3pm
Writing sensual moments and/or sex scenes in fiction can be a tricky business. How upfront does the writer need to be? How much should be on the page and how much hinted at? Using examples and writing exercises, this workshop will look at how far to go when it comes to writing from and about the body in long and short fiction.
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Nuala recently won The James Joyce Quarterly fiction contest, which asked writers to submit their own version of the short story ‘Ulysses’ that Joyce had considered adding to his collection Dubliners. The journal interviews Nuala about her story, and her connection to Joyce, today. (The story is not available online, only in the hard copy journal which can be bought here). See the interview here.