Reading with Authors Christopher Boucher, Dan Mooney and Edward O’Dwyer

Reading with Authors Christopher Boucher, Dan Mooney and Edward O’Dwyer

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The Limerick Writers’ Centre

A Reading With
Christopher Boucher, Dan Mooney & Edward O’Dwyer
Mon 7th Oct 2019 7.30 pm
Sexton’s Bar, 91 Henry St., Limerick
Christopher Boucher is the author of the novels How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive (2011), Golden Delicious (2016) and Big Giant Floating Head (2019), all out from Melville House. He’s also the editor of Jonathan Lethem’s nonfiction collection More Alive and Less Lonely: On Books and Writers (Melville House, 2017) and the Managing Editor of the literary journal Post Road. Chris lives in Massachusetts and teaches writing and literature at Boston College. In his free time, he plays the five-string banjo.

Dan Mooney is a writer, air traffic controller and amateur filmmaker, with one of his short films broadcast on national TV. Dan is also a fan of amateur dramatics, rugby and is a friend to many cats. He wrote his first piece of fiction for a child-operated local newspaper at age ten and has been writing ever since. He is the author of Me, Myself and Them (June 2017) and The Great Unexpected (2018).

Edward O’Dwyer is from Limerick and writes poetry and fiction. He has two collections of poetry to date, published by Salmon Poetry – The Rain on Cruise’s Street (2014) and Bad News, Good News, Bad News (2017). His work has been published in journals throughout the world and been nominated for Pushcart, Forward and Best of the Web prizes regularly. He has most recently completed a book of comic micro-fictions, Cheat Sheets, and is working on a third poetry collection.


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