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#10 | Emilie Pine

In this episode of WriteStuff, Chris talks to Emilie Pine who has just released her collection of essays called Notes To Self. In Notes to Self, Emilie beautifully articulates some of her most difficult experiences, in doing so, she gives…

#09 | Eimear McBride

In this episode of WriteStuff, Chris talks to the brilliant Eimear McBride. Eimear talks here about her two novels, A Girl is a Half-formed Thing and The Lesser Bohemians as well as other projects she has been working on, including her work…

#08 | Colm Tóibín

Colm Tóibín is one of Ireland’s most prominent writers. A prolific writer of plays, essays, articles, poetry and many much-loved novels. In this wide-reaching discussion, Colm talks to WriteStuff about change in Ireland, writing his recent…

#06 | Gary Cunningham

This episode of WriteStuff features an interview with and reading from Gary Cunningham. In ‘Joys of Joy’ and ‘Life After Joy’ Gary wrote about his experiences as a prisoner and life after imprisonment respectively. Gary has gone through a…

#05 | Dame Magaret Drabble

This is the first of a number episodes recorded at this year’s Listowel Writers’ Week for WriteStuff. Through a writing career spanning 55 years, Margaret Drabble has written such novels as A Summer Bird-Cage, The Millstone, The Red Queen,…

#03 | Kerry Neville

In the third episode of WriteStuff, Chris Fitzgerald interviews Kerry Neville. Kerry teaches creative writing at Georgia College and State University and was in Ireland to deliver workshops at the Frank McCourt Creative Writing Festival.…

#02 | Liz Nugent

In the second episode of WriteStuff, Chris Fitzgerald talks to Liz Nugent. Following on from the huge successes of her first two novels, Unravelling Oliver and Lying in Wait, Liz has just released Skin Deep. The novel tells the story of…

#01 | Donal Ryan

In this first episode of WriteStuff, we interview Donal Ryan. Donal is one of Ireland’s greatest literary talents, he has won a range of literary awards for his four novels and one collection of short stories, including The Guardian First…