Literary twitterati: from Martello towers to hell and back
Our weekly round-up of tweets from the book world.
— Colm Tobin (@colmtobin) May 8, 2014
Stately, plump Buck Mulligan browsed the restored, one-bedroom Martello Tower in Dalkey on MyHome.ie; a steal at just two million euros.
'Nobody Move' by Denis Johnson is the very definition of noir: every character doomed to inhabit other people's hells as well as their own.— Ian Rankin (@Beathhigh) May 11, 2014
Words on the Street - 11 writers, 11 voices, 11 venues. Nassau St and environs 6.30-9 on 15 May. Free event. http://t.co/IYPBViCM5o— Willie White (@williewhite) May 12, 2014
“‘S’ the kin’ o’ mawky shite that gets my melt off,’ she said.” Yep, I can see how City of Bohane might be difficult to #translate alright.— The Stinging Fly (@stingingfly) May 13, 2014
Just discovered that Dante never visited Hell, and didn't even know Virgil. Disgusted. Will be asking for my money back. #Inferno— Julian Gough (@juliangough) May 13, 2014
Dublin, I have been practising the bejeezus out of this reading at the National Library on Thursday so if you don't all come I will cry.— Jon McGregor (@jon_mcgregor) May 13, 2014
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