My Head is Opening download epub
by Evelyn Conlon
Evelyn Conlon writes crisply and well, with an adventurous ability to vary the pace of her narrative.
This fine collection of short stories is the first published work by a new Irish writer, and reflects the tensions of life in a state in which women are still very much second-class citizen. here is a subversive humour in Conlon’s writing which alleviates their bleakness –Tribune Magazine. Evelyn Conlon writes crisply and well, with an adventurous ability to vary the pace of her narrative. Her prose invokes what she require. delightful wit: dry, rather sour, but very accurate. – The Examiner (Ireland, national daily newspaper)
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ISBN13:9780946211326. Release Date:January 1991. Publisher:State Mutual Book & Periodical Service, Limited.
Evelyn Conlon (born 1952) is an Irish novelist, short story writer, and essayist. Over the course of her career, Conlon has published dozens of novels, short stories, and essays. Her 2003 novel, Skin of Dreams, was shortlisted for Irish Novel of the Year. Conlon is a member of Aosdána and has been appointed a writer-in-residence at educational institutions around the world, including the University College Dublin, the University of Minnesota, and Mishkanot Sha’anamin, Jerusalem.
Short Story Collections. My Head is Opening (1987). Taking Scarlet as a Real Colour (1993). An Cloigeann is a Luach - What Worth the Head : County Limerick Anthology (1998). Cutting the Night in Two – with Hans-Christian Oeser (2001). Later On: The Monaghan Bombing Memorial Anthology (2004).
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Academic journal article Hecate. Interview with Evelyn Conlon. Evelyn, your most recent visit to Australia was as a guest of the Melbourne Writers' Festival. Academic journal article Hecate. Even when the book is finished, you possibly can imagine one person reading it, but the act of reading is not like film, it's not like theatre, it's a one-to-one relationship between you and an anonymous reader somewhere. So to go and do readi ngs and go to writers' festivals means that you actually come in touch with some of the audience.
This week’s Book on One on RTÉ Radio 1 features excerpts from a novel imagined by its author Evelyn Conlon from the real lives of Irish girls and women. We're delighted to present an excerpt from Not the Same Sky by Evelyn Conlon (published by Wakefield Press), this week's RTÉ Book on One - hear it on RTÉ Radio 1 from Monday 18 - Friday 22 September.