SHC Fellow for 2021, Marian Keyes joins us for a writing masterclass in this students-only session.
This event is for students only, with plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions, and as close to being in the same room as we can make it! Students are invited to submit questions in advance on any part of the process: research, planning, characterisation, points of view, tense, plot, dialogue, editing and getting published. Nothing is off limits!
Marian will be referring to her latest novel 'Grown Ups' during the session. This book will be under discussion in the Book Club event the previous evening.
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Marian Keyes is the international bestselling author of fourteen novels including Watermelon, Rachel's Holiday, Sushi for Beginners, This Charming Man, and The Break. With a chatty conversational style and whimsical Irish humour, but themes including alcoholism, depression, addiction, cancer, bereavement, and domestic violence her novels have sold over 40 million copies worldwide and been translated into 36 languages. Marian's latest novel, Grown Ups, was published by Penguin in February 2020.
- Event type
Lecture / Talk / Discussion
School of Arts, English and Languages Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry
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