Friday November 27, 2020

Social Swirl: Celebrating writers and women

Some 1,200 guests were up early on Tuesday morning for an International Women’s Day breakfast

13th March, 2016
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Brendan Barrington, Fiona Ness, Kevin Smith, Louise Hegaty and Helen de Burca Picture: Feargal Ward

Brendan Barrington, Fiona Ness, Kevin Smith, Louise Hegaty and Helen de Burca Picture: Feargal Ward

What better day to celebrate aspiring writers than World Book Day? The Sunday Business Post and Penguin Ireland hosted a prizegiving ceremony at the National Concert Hall in Dublin on March 3 for the 20 shortlisted writers, selected from almost 600 entries of our inaugural Short Story Prize. The top prize went to 26-year-old Louise Hegarty from Cork...

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