UCD Library Collection Spotlight: The New Laureate for Irish Fiction
The Laureate for Irish Fiction is Developed & Supported By
2007 Man Booker Prize winner
The Laureate for Irish Fiction: Anne Enright
The Laureate for Irish Fiction is a new award to honour an outstanding Irish fiction writer of national and international distinction. The winner will work to promote Irish literature at home and abroad. The award has been developed by the Arts Council of Ireland, and is supported by University College Dublin, New York University and the Irish Times.
The winner of this award is Anne Enright, author of nine books and past recipient of the Man Booker Prize (2007) for her novel The Gathering. In addition to receiving €150,000, and over a period of three years, Enright will teach creative writing to students at UCD and New York University, develop her own work and participate in a number of major events and promotions.
photo credit: Domnick Walsh
What's Involved in Choosing a Laureate?
Anne Enright in UCD Library
The following is a list of works by or about Anne Enright in our catalogue. A selection are now on display on our Spotlight shelves on Level 1 of the James Joyce Library. Borrow one today!
Books edited by or about Anne Enright
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