Read Books from Ireland: Liverpool October 27th ‘Dracula’

We are so thrilled to be taking part in this year’s Liverpool Irish Festival 2017!

Join us on Friday October 27th, 5pm at Liverpool Irish Centre where Tony Canavan, editor of Books Ireland magazine, will be delivering a short talk on the relationship between the classic Irish book, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and the film.  He will offer insights into both the book and the film, drawing from his popular feature in the magazine ‘Behind the Screen’.

The talk will be followed by a screening of Dracula directly afterwards.





 ‘Read Books from Ireland’ is an initiative from Books Ireland and Publishing Ireland, and other partners in the Irish literary world, to showcase and promote Irish-published books and authors abroad.

July 2017 was the first ‘Read Books from Ireland’ event in the UK and involved a day of literary events, talks and workshops with a range of Irish published authors in the London Irish Centre, Camden. More details here.

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September Book Competition

The Mooske & the Gripes

by James Joyce

A companion volume to The Ondt and the Gracehoper (2014)
A fun, accessible introduction to Finnegans Wake
Over 100 full colour illustrations
Introduction by Fritz Senn

for a chance to win:

The Moose & the Gripes by James Joyce
ISBN: 978-1-84351-740-5
Publisher: The Lilliput Press



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