‘Writing Historical Fiction’

 ‘Writing Historical Fiction’ at the Annual Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society at UCC, Friday 12th June.

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The School of English is sponsoring a panel discussion on ‘Writing Historical Fiction’ as part of the Annual Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society12-14 June 2015. The panel features Martina Devlin, author of The House where it Happened, a gripping novel set in Antrim in 1711/12 and exploring Ireland’s only witchcraft trials. The panel will also include Mary Morrissy, lecturer in Fiction, and Laura McKenna, PhD candidate in Creative Writing. The panel takes place on Friday, 12 June, 2.30-4. This session is open to all.

Full details of the conference programme and online registration for those wishing to attend the other conference sessions are available on the ECIS website.