Book Club podcast: June Caldwell on Room Little Darker

One of Ireland’s most acclaimed new writers discusses her debut short story collection

Room Little Darker author June Caldwell talks to Irish Times Books Editor Martin Doyle at the Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival in the LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, last week

Room Little Darker author June Caldwell talks to Irish Times Books Editor Martin Doyle at the Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival in the LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, last week

 

Not even the most extreme elements can stop author June Caldwell. Delay, perhaps, but not stop. So when bad weather sadly whited out this year’s Ennis Book Club Festival, where her Irish Times Book Club podcast was supposed to have been recorded, the interview was swiftly accommodated by the Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival in the LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, last week.

June Caldwell on Room Little Darker

In the half-hour interview, the author of Room Little Darker discusses her acclaimed debut short story collection, her path to becoming a writer and her work in progress, a novel inspired by one of the women who went missing in Ireland more than 20 years ago.

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