Paul McVeigh – Writing Workshop Book Tickets

Friday 21 April

Turning a short story into a novel.

In association with Cork World Book Fest 2017

Triskel Project Space

€50 per person. Spaces limited. 11am to 4pm
Have you a short story that is crying out to be a novel?

Paul McVeigh developed one of his short stories into his award-winning debut novel ‘The Good Son’. He will share his process and give lots of feedback on your ideas.

Come prepared to work hard.

Paul McVeigh has written for radio, stage and TV and is co-founder of London Short Story Festival. His stories have appeared in anthologies and literary journals, such as, The London Magazine and The Stinging Fly, and been read on BBC Radio 3, 4 & 5.

The Good Son, his first novel, won The Polari First Novel Prize, The McCrea Literary Award, was Brighton’s City Reads 2016 and part of the UK’s World Book Night 2017. Paul is one of the writers chosen for the UK’s International Literary Showcase and the UK-Russia Year of Language and Literature. His writing has been translated into seven languages.

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