Reading from John Montague International Poetry Fellow, Brian Turner, and UCC Writer-in-Residence, Thomas Morris
Tuesday, April 10, 6.30pm, West Wing 9
The fifth event in UCC’s School of English Reading Series features our two resident writers on campus – the inaugural John Montague International Poetry Fellow, Brian Turner, and UCC Writer-in-Residence, fiction writer Thomas Morris.
Brian Turner is an American poet and essayist. He is the author of two poetry collections – Here Bullet – based on his experiences as a serving soldier during the Iraq war, and Phantom Noise, which was short-listed for the T.S. Eliot Award. He published a memoir in 2016 – My Life as a Foreign Country.
Thomas Morris is a Welsh-born short fiction writer – his debut collectionWe Don’t Know What We’re Doing won the 2016 Wales Book of the Year, The Rhys Davies Trust Fiction Award, and The Somerset Maugham Prize. He is a contributing editor to The Stinging Fly magazine.
The reading takes place on Tuesday, April 10, 6.30pm, West Wing 9. Admission is free and all are welcome.