Right at the beginning of February, I held a weekend course called ‘An Introduction to Creative Writing’ in Verona. More specifically, we were located in a wonderful ‘co-working space’ called Mero and More, in Via Gianbattista Morgagni.
Heathrow Airport, May 1973. I make my way through the crowds, following scribbled notes about Tube stations, where to change lines, which exit to look for. My brother’s instructions are on a now-grubby piece of paper that has been folded many times, tucked away into the pocket of my jeans. I am nineteen. I’m coming […]
To celebrate the arrival of the New Year on Monday, I took the tram from the centre of Santa Cruz to La Laguna – or, to give it its full title, San Cristóbal de la Laguna – a city that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Catherine Dunne is the author of nine previous novels and one work of non-fiction, An Unconsidered People.
Her work has been translated into several languages and she was recently long-listed for the inaugural Laureate for Irish fiction.
Catherine's tenth novel The Years That Followed was published in March 2016.