Where the dragon and I will be, Sept & Oct

As you know, I’m down the rabbit hole tappiting away at the WiP. But I will emerge blinking into the sunshine soon, as I have a lot on in the next few weeks. Here – for your delectation and my own amusement – is my Sept/Oct schedule in cartoon form. Scroll down for proper grown up links etc.

Sept 29th – 30th : Fantasy Writing Workshop. The Irish Writers’ Centre. Bookings Here.

Oct 4th & 5th : Readings & Q&A at Kildare Libraries. Contact Kildare Libraries for details.

Thursday 4th October
Leixlip library – 9.45 – 10.30
Maynooth library – 11.15 – 12.15
Celbridge library – 1.30 – 2.30
Friday 5th October
Athy library – 9.45 – 10.45
Monasterevin – 11.30 – 12.30
Naas library – 2 – 3pm

Oct 9th & 10th: Readings in Cork Libraries: Contact Cork Libraries for details.

Tuesday 10.30am Carrigaline Library
9th October 12 noon Glanmire Library
Wednesday 10.30am Mallow Library
10th October 1.15pm Millstreet Library

Oct 13th & 14th: Octocon, SFF Convention, Camden Court Hotel, Dublin. Bookings Here. 

Oct 17th: Readings in Westmeath Libraries: Contact Westmeath Libraries for details.

Wed Oct 17th: Mullingar Library 10am & 11am
Wed Oct 17th: CastlePollard Library 2pm

Oct 23 & 24th: Writing workshops for teens, Meath Libraries. Closed to applications.

Oct 27 & 28th: Bram Stoker Festival. Writing workshop for teens, Trinity College.

Booking details.

Oct 28th: Bram Stoker Festival, Trinity College: Panel discussion Bite Me: Teen & Adult discussion panel on sexuality and myth in Dracula and Gothic fiction with Celine Kiernan, Edel Coffey, Anna Carey, Will Hill. BOOKING

after that, I sleep.

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7 Responses to Where the dragon and I will be, Sept & Oct

  1. I like the calendar! 🙂 Love seeing the dragon with you on your travels. 🙂 He kinda reminds me of Puff the Magic Dragon with the kids around. lol. You have to have fun and enjoy doing little things to get through all the stress and hard work, and looks like you enjoyed drawing the calendar. Have a great time at all your readings!

  2. miss elise says:

    Love love love your calendar!

  3. Hi Celine, will the Bram stoker Festival panel event be open to the public or just for TCD students

    • Hmmm … I’m not sure! This is what the festival sent me about it: ‘Bite Me’ discussion panel. Sunday afternoon 2-4pm: a discussion on the current popularity of the Vampire motif in teen fiction, television and movies. Are the messages about love and sexuality, dominance and submission, healthy ones for young people? Or are there dangers of which parents ought to be aware? An expert panel of authors and journalists (Edel Coffey, Anna Carey, plus Will Hill, uk author) examine the key questions. And that’s all I know of it. I’ll get on to them and as soon as I know I’ll be back. OK?

    • Bram Stoker Festival just got back to say, it’s a public event Lisa 🙂

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