Booker Prize nominee Kevin Barry is the author of the novels Night Boat to Tangier, Beatlebone and City of Bohane, and the story collections Dark Lies the Island and There Are Little Kingdoms. The multi-award winning Limerick-born author is a regular contributor to The New Yorker magazine – the Manhattan home of numerous Irish writers from Maeve Brennan and Colum McCann to Ann Enright, Colm Toibin and Sally Rooney. His awards include the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the Goldsmiths Prize, the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Prize and the Lannan Foundation Literary Award. His stories and essays appear in the New Yorker, Granta and elsewhere. He also works as a playwright and screenwriter, and he lives in County Sligo, Ireland.
Event : Kevin Barry | In The New Yorker
Date : Fri Oct 18
Venue : Dance Limerick
Time : Doors at 5.30pm
Tickets : €10