Our Place in the World: Emilie Pine

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Merrion Square Park and Online, Sunday 22nd May

Award-winning writer Emilie Pine tackles the human heart and its myriad complexities in her debut novel, Ruth & Pen. Join us for a very special event with Emilie in conversation with journalist and author, Patrick Freyne.

Emilie Pine is no stranger to creative intimacy. Her personal Notes to Self – voted Book of the Year at the Irish Book Awards – was actually a literary call to generations of Irish women to step into conversations about grief, bodily autonomy, and identity. Now, with her first foray into fiction, she presents her readers with a day in the life of Ruth and Pen, two women struggling to survive in a world that seems to demand their surrender. During a single day in Dublin in 2019, Ruth and Pen will witness the extraordinary in the ordinary.

Emilie is a Professor of Modern Drama at University College Dublin.

Please note that you also have the option to watch this event live from the comfort of your own home. Make sure you select “Book Online Event” if you wish to do so.


Date:
Sunday 22nd May
Time:
6.00pm
Price:
€10 - 12 (€8 Online)
Address:
Merrion Square Park, Merrion Square East, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Merrion Square Park, Merrion Square East, Dublin, Ireland

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