NEWS IN PHOTOS: Sebastian Barry Laureate for Irish Fiction at Cork City Library

31 August 2018
By Mary Bermingham
mary@TheCork.ie

News in Photos
Kevin Doyle, Patricia Looney, Senior Executive Librarian Cork City Library, Irish Playwright, Novelist and Poet Sebastian Barry and Padraig Rice, Cork Gay Project at a reading of Days Without End in Cork City Library
Sebastian Barry, Laureate for Irish Fiction made an appearance at Cork City Library, the visit was an intimate and moving one with the members of the library’s LGBTI+ Bookclub and is part of a series of bookclub events Sebastian is holding with people and groups throughout the country who are either confined due to personal circumstance or who may have been marginalised.
Pic Darragh Kane
Kevin Doyle, Patricia Looney, Senior Executive Librarian Cork City Library, Irish Playwright, Novelist and Poet Sebastian Barry and Padraig Rice, Cork Gay Project at a reading of Days Without End in Cork City Library
Sebastian Barry, Laureate for Irish Fiction made an appearance at Cork City Library, the visit was an intimate and moving one with the members of the library’s LGBTI+ Bookclub and is part of a series of bookclub events Sebastian is holding with people and groups throughout the country who are either confined due to personal circumstance or who may have been marginalised.
Pic Darragh Kane
Sebastian Barry, Laureate for Irish Fiction speaking in Cork City Library at a reading of his book Days Without End.
The visit was an intimate and moving one with the members of the library’s LGBTI+ Bookclub and is part of a series of bookclub events Sebastian is holding with people and groups throughout the country who are either confined due to personal circumstance or who may have been marginalised.
Pic Darragh Kane
Sebastian Barry, Laureate for Irish Fiction made an appearance at Cork City Library for a reading of his book Days Without End.
The visit was an intimate and moving one with the members of the library’s LGBTI+ Bookclub and is part of a series of bookclub events Sebastian is holding with people and groups throughout the country who are either confined due to personal circumstance or who may have been marginalised.
Pic Darragh Kane

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