As part of its remit, the ICC provides a platform for Irish authors to launch, promote and discuss their work. While we enjoy showcasing established authors, we are very keen to encourage and support emerging writers by offering them a platform from which they can introduce and be interviewed about their work.
We are currently working with established writers, alongside creative writing courses, literary agents and publishing houses in this ongoing series which features an established author introducing and interviewing a debut writer.
For this, the fourth interview in the series we are pleased to present Una Mannion, who will discuss her debut novel, A Crooked Tree in conversation with Eoin McNamee.
The interview will be available to watch on this page on Wednesday 22nd September at 5pm.
About Una Mannion
Una Mannion was born in Philadelphia and lives in Sligo. She has won numerous prizes for her work, including the Hennessy Emerging Poetry Award and the Doolin, Cuirt, Allingham and Ambit short story prizes. Una’s work has been published in The Irish Times, The Lonely Crowd, Crannóg and Bare Fiction. She edits The Cormorant, a broadsheet of prose and poetry.
About Eoin McNamee
Award-winning novelist and scriptwriter, Eoin McNamee has published 7 novels and 2 novellas. He has written fiction for Young Adults and he has published under the pseudonym John Creed. His screenplays include Resurrection Man and he has contributed to the television series An Bronntanas, Red Rock, Hinterland and Vikings: Valhalla. Eoin is currently Director of The Oscar Wilde Centre of Irish Writing, Trinity College, Dublin.