Starts: Thur 29 Sept
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Duration: 8 Weeks
Cost: €220/€200 Members

Memoir is now a highly respected sub-set of literature and some of the greatest literary works have, in fact, been true-life accounts with writers mining from an eclectic seam of life like the misery of an Irish childhood (Angela's Ashes) to the drug-fuelled farcical romp around early 1970s America (Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas). In this eight-week course, students will be encouraged to nurture their own proposed memoir project through lectures, in-class exercises and reading key texts. Henry McDonald is the author of the critically acclaimed NI Troubles childhood memoir Colours. Henry is the Ireland Correspondent for The Guardian and The Observer, and has written for a range of publications such as The Spectator and GQ

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