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UPCOMING EVENTS


READING

Sunday 22nd September 2019, 11.30 am. Taproot Festival of Literature and Music, Isle of Lismore, Argyll, Scotland

Taproot 2019 presents: PRISCILLA MORRIS

Priscilla Morris, a teacher of creative writing and member of the Society of Authors and the Irish Writers’ Centre, will present her new book, “The Painter of Bridges”: a literary war novel, inspired by family history, about a landscape painter’s experience of the siege of Sarajevo and her escape to England.

Read the chapter published in Punch Magazine to dig deeper into the story, and if you’re as intrigued as we are, hear Priscilla reading from it on the 22nd of September at Taproot Lismore!

Buy tickets here.


WORKSHOP

Saturday 5th October 2019, 10.30 am – 4.30 pm. Irish Writers’ Centre, Dublin, Ireland

POINT OF VIEW with Priscilla Morris

One-day workshop. Cost: €80/€70 Members.

Point of View with Priscilla Morris

What is narrative point of view? Why is it so important? How much can each narrator know and see?

In this fun, intensive workshop, you’ll be given a dossier of novel and short story excerpts from different genres to analyse. We’ll explore the pros and cons of writing in the first, second and third person. We’ll discuss how establishing consistency is paramount and how not to ‘slip out of point of view’. The main writing activity is often a penny-dropping moment!

Buy tickets here.


PAST NEWS AND EVENTS


RESIDENCY

January – May 2019, The Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annaghmakerrig, County Monaghan, Ireland

The Tyrone Guthrie Centre


EXCERPT: The Painter of Bridges

Published 31 December 2018 in the Punch Magazine.

Excerpt: The Painter of Bridges

Read here.


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