Saturday June 6, 2020

Crazy days: Caroline O'Donoghue's tremendous, traumatic year

The past year has been a rollercoaster of emotions for Caroline O’Donoghue, as the author and columnist dealt with family health crises and sudden job loss while also securing the ‘biggest book deal’ she may ever get

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
16th June, 2019
Caroline O’Donoghue: ‘Fiction writing is a precarious way to make a living’

Caroline O’Donoghue is coming home to Ireland next weekend to take part in the literary strand at this year’s Body & Soul festival.

In theory, that’s the reason we’re doing this interview today, but in truth that’s probably the least newsworthy item that’s been published about O’Donoghue in recent times. The 29-year-old Irish novelist and columnist has experienced more highs and lows in the past year than most of us might...

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