Eimear McBride’s debut novel A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing won a number of awards including the Goldsmiths prize, Irish Novel of the Year and the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction. Her new novel The Lesser Bohemians was shortlisted for the Goldsmiths Prize, Irish Novel of the Year and long-listed for the Baileys. She writes and reviews for the Guardian, New Statesman and the TLS.
STORYTELLING MAESTROS Maggie O’Farrell (This Must Be The Place), Joanna Trollope (City Of Friends) and Eimear McBride (The Lesser Bohemians) interviewed by Max Porter (Grief is the Thing with Feathers). 10.30AM, June 11th Hennessy Ballroom Stage, Borris House Supported by Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Option to purchase individually below.
BETWEEN TWO BOOKS An international book club with over 72,000 members was started in 2012 by then 15-year-old Dubliner Leah Moloney and friends, inspired by Florence Welch. The singer immediatley became involved herself. For this rather unusual book club meeting (and their first ever ‘in the flesh’), they select Eimear McBride‘s new book The Lesser […]
LOVERS OF A CERTAIN AGE Eimear McBride (The Lesser Bohemians) and Karl Geary (Montpelier Parade) on their protagonists’ passion for older lovers. 2PM, June 10th The Granary, Borris House Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Purchase individually here.