Roisin Ingle is a columnist, editor and podcaster with The Irish Times. She is the author of two collections of her columns, Pieces of Me (Hachette) and Public Displays of Emotion (Irish Times Books) and is the co-author of The Daughterhood (Simon and Schuster) with Natasha Fennell which has been published in several languages.
She produces ‘The Women’s Podcast’ and presents her own podcast ‘Roisin Meets …’ on The Irish Times online.
BUY NOW LIFE OF CRIME Author Liz Nugent (Lying in Wait, Skin Deep) discusses the sweet spot where literary fiction meets crime fiction, with Roisin Ingle. Borris House Ballroom Stage Note: Included in Weekend & Saturday Day Ticketf
BUY NOW IMPOSSIBLE IS JUST I’M POSSIBLE Joanne O’Riordan talks to Roisin Ingle about her inspirational life, living with no limbs, and her campaign for disability rights and funding. Note: included in Weekend and Friday Day ticket Borris House Marquee Stagef