Friday, July 16, 2010
This weekend I have the lovely Oran Ryan as my guest on the Sunday Scrapbook.
A former member of the Order of Friars Minor, Oran Ryan is a novelist, poet, playwright and screen writer from Dublin. He has been writing full-time for 10 years during which time he has completed a number of novels, of which The Death of Finn was the first to be published, followed by Ten Short Novels by Arthur Kruger. Educated at Synge Street Christian Brothers School, as well as Carlow, Milltown Institute and UCD, he was awarded an Arts Council Bursary in 2008. He is presently completing a novel called One-Inch Punch. Oran's theme for the show is "Writing as a delivery of the Human Experience"
Why not join us at 4pm on Sunday? (6pm in Oulu) Sure what else would ya be doing? Link there on the right, and there'll be a posting up in the archive http://sundayscrapbook.blogspot.com for all you lazy slow coach catcher uppers. (you know who you are)
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