The festival, formerly known as The Kate O’Brien Weekend, began in 1984 to mark the tenth anniversary of the death of Limerick-born Kate O’Brien. The event continues to celebrate the life and works of the author, while attracting prominent participants from all over the world. It is an inspiring mix of both discourse and discussion.

Word Wednesdays
The Dead - James Joyce

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The overall winner will be revealed on the An Post Irish Book of The Year show on @rte, 8th December!!

And everyone who votes will be in with a chance of winning €100 @book_tokens voucher

GO GO! 🎉

https://www.anpostirishbookawards.ie/botyvote

#APIBA #ReadersWanted

And last but by no means least... The @book_tokens Popular Fiction Book of the Year winner..

Or shall we say winnerS are... @emerthescreamer & @sarahjaybee for ‘Aisling and the City’

Another fantastic title to add to the Aisling series! 👏🏼💃📚

#APIBA #ReadersWanted

Now for… The @easons Novel of The Year award goes too...

Sally Rooney for ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You’

🏆👏🏼📚

#APIBA #ReadersWanted

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