News from Ireland

Edna O'Brien awarded France's Prix Femina Special

Edna O’Brien has been awarded France’s prestigious Prix Femina Special in honour of her entire body of work, becoming its first ever non-French recipient. Her latest novel Girl has been translated by Aude de Saint-Loup and Pierre-Emmanuel Dauzat and published by Sabine Wespieser Éditeur.

Margaret Atwood says Ireland is 'a little point of light globally'

Ireland is a “light” of hope which shows a country can change in terms of its treatment of women, Margaret Atwood, current co-winner of the Booker Prize, has said. Read story from The Irish Times.

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