Posts Tagged ‘Belinda McKeon’

Gwen Orel talks to Belinda McKeon about the short story collection "A Kind of Compass," featuring stories from 17 different writers; Alice Farrell talks to...

How It’s New York: These vigils took place in NYC on at Barnard on Monday, Nov. 19, and at the Irish Consulate on Tuesday, Nov. 20. And the issue of when life...

Savita Halappanavar How It’s New York: Demonstrations going to be held in New York to protest the senseless death of Savita Halappanavar.  Such...

How Its New York: Meghan O’Rourke is an Irish American poet, essayist and author, born in Brooklyn, and she’s been an editor of The New Yorker.  And she’s...

Aengus Woods, co-Curator of IAC’s Poetry Fest, introduces Poets  How it’s NY: New York was the subject of several poems, and two of the poets live...

How It’s New York:  It’s at the Irish Arts Center, one of New York’s most important hubs of Irish arts and culture.  And literature is a New York thing (see...

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Belinda McKeon discusses inspiration and writing her book Solace; Jim Sheridan discusses Irish-American film and culture...

How It’s New York:  Aedin Moloney’s company, Fallen Angels, is based in New York, and it is the first American company (founded 2003) whose goal is presenting...

How It’s New York: One of the best things about living in this Publishing Capital is that you can stay put, and everyone comes here.  These past few weeks...