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Catherine Brophy

Catherine Brophy is a writer, story-teller and broadcaster. She writes film, T.V. and radio scripts and she also writes short stories. Her previous novels are The Liberation of Margaret Mc Cabe and Dark Paradise. She lives a blameless life in Ireland but escapes whenever she can. She’s been rescued by a circus troupe in Serbia, had breakfast with a Zambian chief, ate camel stew in the Sahara, and was kicked...

Catherine Dunne

Catherine Dunne is the author of nine novels. Most recently, The Things We Know Now, won the 700th anniversary Giovanni Boccaccio International Prize for Fiction and was shortlisted for the Eason Novel of the Year at the Irish Book Awards 2013. Catherine has also published one work of non-fiction: a social history of Irish immigrants in London, called An Unconsidered People. Her work has been translated into several languages. She...

Clive Dev

I am Clive from Ireland, I write Script / Screen play for films. My Speciality is Fiction - Mystery, Thriller, Crime and Action. My first creation is Strangers Inside- Detective Dev Crime Thriller Series ( Based On True Events ). I have 20 years experience in the film industry. My professional back ground is in personal fitness and nutrition. As a child, I used to scribble on the walls of...

Colm O’Regan

Colm O'Regan is a stand up comedian, writer and broadcaster from the little village of Dripsey in Co Cork. He has stood up and made people laugh all over the world. His comedy festival appearances include the prestigious invite only Montreal Just For Laughs, the Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Electric Picnic and many, many more. He has played all over Ireland and the UK and even as far away as Cape...

Dave Lordan

I'm a multimedia writer, educator, producer & mentor & I work in text, live performance, audio, & video formats. I'm currently co-director of Dublin Young Authors, the school for talented literary teens; & lead mentor on The Stinging Fly's emerging writer programme. I'm working mostly on online education at the moment, on a soundscaped story project called The Dead Friends, & on a new book of poems called Snowflakes.

David Graham

David has a background in Telecommunications and IT. In addition to working throughout Europe, particularly in Scandinavia, he has travelled extensively. He has a keen interest in history, economics and current affairs. David lives with his wife, Helene and two young sons in Dublin. His debut novel, Incitement, won The John Murray Show / RTE Guide / Kazoo Publishing competition from over 500 entrants.

Derbhile Dromey

Derbhile Graham is in love with storytelling. She is the author of The Pink Cage (Book Republic, 2011, self published, 2012.) She has also been published in Crannog Magazine, From the Well Anthology and The Lyric FM Quiet Quarter Anthology. Derbhile loves storytelling so much that she helps other people tell theirs, through her writing and editing service, WriteWords. Her services include creative writing classes, online and offline, and a...

Faith Hogan

Faith Hogan is an Irish award-winning and bestselling author of four novels. Her books have featured as Book Club Favorites, Net Galley Hot Reads and Summer Must Reads. She writes grown up women's fiction which is unashamedly uplifting, feel good and inspiring. Her latest digital book, What Happened To Us? was published in October 2018. 2019 sees the release of two books into mass paperback, the first - My Husbands...

Forest Issac Jones

Forest Issac Jones was born in Lynchburg, Virginia and brought up in Salem, Virginia where he now lives. A part time writer since 2000, he has written a short story for Detective Mystery Stories called, The River Clyde Mystery. He graduated from Roanoke College in 1995 with a BA in History and Education. In 2011 he graduated from Virginia Tech with Ed.D. in Educational leadership and policy. He is currently...

Gemma Mawdsley

Gemma Mawdsley is a full time author living in Limerick. Though first published at the tender age of ten-years-old in a local newspaper, she wrote many stories over the years just as a hobby, and did not think about getting published until completing a two year course on creative writing in the University of Limerick. She then went on to further study in the Killaloe Hedge School of Writing. She...