In a novel that alludes to Mary the Magdalene throughout, and contains a few qualms with the Catholic Church and a prostitute who has to find her own passage to redemption redeem herself, I cannot help bad add some classic Caravaggio to this post.
Great talk last week. It was so wonderful to see a couple of new faces to go along with the usual suspects!
An invite to our annual Winter Party is on its way!
- Blog post explaining why the author killed her award-winning blog Arse End of Ireland
- Great review of The Glorious Heresies … and The Portable Veblen. Both 2016 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction nominees.
- The author reads from her award-winning novel.
Selected Reviews and Interviews
The Woman Who Walked Into Doors by Roddy Doyle
Philomena by Martin Sixsmith
Morven Callar by Alan Warner
Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh