In Deirdre Sullivan’s second NovelTeens masterclass, she guides us through building a sustainable writing practice, divulging hints and tips that we can use to kickstart a daily routine. She highlights the importance of reading other writers, as well as setting small, achievable goals and sharing your work with your peers.
Heinrich Böll and James Joyce – Outsider, Insiders, Europeans
Join us on Wednesday, 30 November, from 3.00pm for a panel discussion at MoLI, in partnership with the German Embassy Dublin and and the Centre for German Irish Studies, University of Limerick. This panel discussion will feature Paschal Donohoe, Prof. Gisela Holfter, Prof. Anne Fogarty, and writer Claire-Louise Bennettand will explore the parallels between the seminal writers Heinrich Böll and James Joyce. Academic perspectives will brush against the political and poetic in what promises to be a fascinating and rich discussion on the image of modern Ireland through the looking-glass of time.
Drinks reception to follow.
This week’s Creative Bursts video with Sarah Webb is inspired by sea glass and beach treasure! Sarah helps us create stories and poems using her writing prompts. Happy writing!
In this #NovelTeens mini masterclass, Anna Carey explains that humour doesn’t mean you’re not taking a subject seriously: it can actually be a way of exploring solemn subjects in your writing!