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Shelfmarks

When

Friday, September 17, 2021, 19:00 - 20:00

Where

wherever you get your podcasts.

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Join us for a special Culture Night episode of Shelfmarks, which is a podcast series looking at Irish nature writing from our podcaster-in-residence Zoë Comyns.

Join us for a special Culture Night episode of Shelfmarks, which is a podcast series looking at Irish nature writing from our podcaster-in-residence Zoë Comyns. In it she delves into the collections of the Royal Irish Academy to explore our relationship with the natural world. She will be joined by three special guest writers who will read new pieces of work. Funded by the Arts Council. Time is currently 19;00-20:00 broadcast. Location ria.ie/culturenight2021 or wherever you get your podcasts.

About the podcaster

Zoë Comyns is a multi award-winning independent radio producer and works across drama, essay, fiction and factual features. Her programmes have broadcast on RTÉ (Radio 1, Lyric Fm & R1 Extra), Newstalk, BBC Radio 4 and BBC World Service. She presents and produces Keywords, the short writing programme for RTÉ Radio. She won the John McGahern Award for Literature 2019 for emerging writers and radio awards including the New York Festivals, AIB, IMRO, PPI and Åke Blomstrom.

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