Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
School of English Research Seminar
Heather Bryant (Wellesley), Growing Up Loving Elizabeth BowenHeather Bryant is a specialist in twentieth- century British and Irish literature. She is also a writer. She has published a study of the influence of war on Elizabeth Bowen: How Will the Heart Endure, (University of Michigan Press); a novel, Through Your Hands and two poetry chapbooks, Cheap Grace and Lottery Ticket. Her new book of poems, “Compass Rose,” was published by the Finishing Line Press in 2016; her first full-length collection, “My Wedding Dress,” was published by the Finishing Line Press in December 2016. “Thunderstorm,” her second full-length collection of poems, is currently on presale at the Finishing Line Press. In addition, her sixth collection of poetry, “Eve’s Lament,” will be published by the Finishing Line Press in the fall of 2017. Her work of creative nonfiction about her grandparents in Shanghai during the 1920’s, “You Can’t Wrap Fire in Paper,” has just been accepted for publication. She will be a visiting writer in England during August of 2018, working on a project about women journalists during the Second World War.
|Category:||Public Lectures and Seminars: Arts Celtic Studies and Social Sciences|
|Location:||Room 2.12 O'Rahilly Building|
|Target Audience:||All welcome|
|Admission Price: €||Free|
Cliona O Gallchoir