Also available in Charlie Byrnes, Kennys, Dubray, Books Upstairs, Moycullen Bookshop, Old Sea Dog.
20th April 4pm King's Head, Cúirt Festival-Postponed
1st March 6.30pm Launch of Crannog - Crane Bar, Galway
17th November Dublin Book Festival
30th September Bray Literary Festival
21st September Charlie Byrnes, Galway
3rd June 4pm Inish Island Conversations, Inishbofin
5th May - 6pm Black Gate, Galway- Launch of anthology 'Autonomy'
10th May 7pm Athenry Library, Athenry- Beltaine Festival
19th April 6.30pm Town Hall Theatre, Galway - Launch of 'Marina'
27th April 1pm Town Hall Theatre- 'Young, Irish, Displaced.'
8th March Irish Writer's Centre, WomenXBorders
15th March Irish Cultural Centre, Hammersmith- A Novel Affair
“Knowing and mysterious, funny and heartbreaking. Best of all though this is a genuine original, a singular enchantment.”
Mike McCormack, author of Solar Bones
“Rich in insights and wry humour, the novel explores what it is to be isolated, lost, and stranded between worlds. Aoibheann McCann writes exquisitely of the magnetic pull of sea and water, and the yearning to belong.”
Danielle McLaughlin, author of Dinosaurs on Other Planets
“Marina is that oh-so-rare novelistic thing – an ideal blend of luminous prose and read-on storytelling. A wonderful gift of a first novel.”
Alan McMonagle, author of Ithaca
LINKS TO Aoibheann's WORK