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Reading from John Montague International Poetry Fellow, Brian Turner, and UCC Writer-in-Residence, Thomas Morris

3 Apr

Tuesday, April 10, 6.30pmWest 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 collection We 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, 6.30pmWest Wing 9.  Admission is free and all are welcome.

School of English

O'Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Cork. Ireland

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