On Friday 25 May I will deliver a presentation in partnership with Nathan O'Donnell and Suzanne Walsh as part of Words Ireland @ ILFDublin: A National Day for Writers, at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Scheduled for 11.30am in the 'How We Made This: Collaborations' segment, our presentation will focus on 'Inflammatory Speech', our IMMA commission and subsequent performance last year. We aim, as the programme blurb promises, to "display innovative thinking and best practice in literary and cross-arts collaboration".
Words Ireland @ ILFDublin: A National Day for Writers is a one-day get together for professional and emerging writers working in all forms, and it is part of International Literature Festival Dublin 2018. As well as staging writer-focused events, Words Ireland is gathering 40 literature organisations and lots of industry personnel together to meet writers in the Great Hall at IMMA. There are nine events to choose from on the day, each 50 minutes long, before a final keynote event.
Early bird tickets are €45 and general admission is €55. It includes free lunch and drinks reception. Group tickets for 3 cost €120 in total. Tickets are sold through the festival.