Joan Hawkins was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She attended Bennington College and New York University. She now lives in New York City where she practices psychotherapy. Her first novel, Underwater, was a cutting edge cult novel that explored female sexual boundaries. It was published by G. P. Putnam in 1974 under the name of Joan Winthrop, and will soon be available again as an e-book and print book. In September, 2012, Joan’s second novel, Bailey, was published by Landon Books and is now available in both e-book and print formats.

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BH-portrait-bordBrendan Halligan is an economist, politician and public affairs consultant, with extensive experience both in the Irish private and public sectors. A longstanding figure in Irish politics, he is known for his work as an activist in the European arena, in the field of renewable energy, and as founder and current Chairman of the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA), a leading European think tank. He holds a Masters in Economics from University College Dublin and has written extensively about economics and politics.

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ValMulkerns_square-bordVal Mulkerns is an Irish writer and member of Aosdána. Her first novel, A Time Outworn, was released to critical acclaim in Ireland in 1951. She later worked as a journalist and columnist and is often heard on the radio.  The Summerhouse was first published by the John Murray publishing house, London.

She is the author of five novels, three collections of short stories, two children’s books and many published essays and critical writings. She lives in Dublin, Ireland.

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Martin Malone is author of six novels, a memoir, two short story collections, several radio plays and has also written for TV and stage. His first novel, Us won the John B Keane/Sunday Independent Literature Award and was shortlisted for the Irish Fiction Award. His second, After Kafra was scripted for RTE TV. The Broken Cedar was nominated for the IMPAC Award and shortlisted for an Irish Fiction Award. His short stories have been widely broadcast and published. His story, Valley of the Peacock Angel was nominated for the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Prize. He is a contributor to the National Art Gallery’s Lines of Vision: Irish Writers on Art anthology. In 2016 New Island Books publish his tenth book, Black Rose Days

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Sande Bunting  is a poetry and fiction writer who grew up on the east coast of Canada.  She is a member of the Quebec Writers’ Federation, Elan, the Montreal Press Club and the Galway Writers’ Workshop. After being awarded a BA in Radio and Television Arts from Ryerson in Toronto, she worked for CBC News, Toronto, before moving to Europe where she received an MA in Writing from NUI, Galway in Ireland.  Sandra is currently on the editorial board of the Galway-based literary magazine, Crannóg , and is has established her own independent publishing endeavour, Gaelóg Press.

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Margaret Hawkins lives and writes on a farm in Wexford. Her first book, Restless Spirit  was based on the true story of Rose Quinn, a woman who died less than a year after being committed to a county asylum for having refused to enter an arranged marriage.  Her debut novel, Deny Me Not  is a tale of land and inheritance in contemporary Ireland.  Published in 2013, it was described by the Irish Examiner as “an intelligent page-turner”. She is health columnist with the Irish Farmers Journal, a freelance writing consultant, and her radio essays have been broadcast on RTE’s Sunday Miscellany.

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Catherine Texier is the author of four novels, Chloé l’Atlantique, Love Me Tender, Panic Blood, and a memoir, Breakup, which was featured on Oprah. Her novel Victorine won ELLE’s Readers’ Prize for Best Novel of the Year.  She was co-editor of the groundbreaking literary magazine Between C and D and is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Award and two New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships. She has recently completed her fifth novel, Russian Lessons, to be published in 2016 by Rawmeash. She lives in New York City. 

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