Literary Twitterati: Selina Guinness turned inside out

Our weekly round-up of recent literary happenings on Twitter

I was turned inside out by #Conservatory at the Peacock last night. A perfect play. Go and see it while you can. @m_r_west

@KidsBooksIrel Fantastic shortlist for the CBI award this year. Impossible to choose a winner. Will need bouncers to keep the judges apart.

HAPPY SAINT PATRICK'S DAY!!! NOW I'M GONNA GO OUT AND GET WAST— actually I'm gonna stay in and write, because I'm not an idiot.

"Don't get too annoyed if I say that I write in the way that I do because I am what I am." —Graham Greene

Congratulations Ireland. Great match. France vs Ireland. #6Nations2014

An rud nach gabh leasachadh 's fheudar cur suas leis. If guts were only converted to tries. #6Nations over, #wizardsstill4scotlandrugbyteam

What else have I loved lately? Oh, this! Nothing To Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea. (Shockingly good, read it.)

Margaret Mitchell was suffering from arthritis brought on by a car accident when she started writing Gone With The Wind.

What's the difference between Benjamin Black and John Banville? What's the appeal behind Cromwell? All is revealed

Sitting in Newstalk's reception earlier beside Shane Filan + entourage. I says, let me guess — you're some kind of musician? (Hehe)

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