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Write That Book! Chaired by Sharon Bowers TWG Hon Sec
Advice from Publishing Professionals for Putting Down the Excuses and Picking Up the Pen
Moderator: Sharon Bowers, literary agent, former editor at HarperCollins in NYC
Panel:
Eoin McHugh, Publishing Director of HarperCollins Ireland, former head of Transworld Ireland, former Head Book Buyer of Easons, former head of Bookseller Association of Ireland
Sarah Davis-Goff, co-founder and co-director of award-winning independent publisher Tramp Press, publishing authors such as Emilie Pine and Mike McCormack, and author of LAST ONES LEFT ALIVE
Peter O’Connell, founder of Peter O’Connell Media, Ireland’s premier book publicity and marketing agency, and founder of True Lit Agency, and former co-founder and director of Liberties Press
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It is on Wednesday 27th November in ROOM: 2041B:SL TEATAR MHAIRTIN UI CHADHAIN in the Arts Block.

Write That Book!
Advice from Publishing Professionals for Putting Down the Excuses and Picking Up the Pen
Moderator: Sharon Bowers, literary agent, former editor at HarperCollins in NYC
Panel:
Eoin McHugh, Publishing Director of HarperCollins Ireland, former head of Transworld Ireland, former Head Book Buyer of Easons, former head of Bookseller Association of Ireland
Sarah Davis-Goff, co-founder and co-director of award-winning independent publisher Tramp Press, publishing authors such as Emilie Pine and Mike McCormack, and author of LAST ONES LEFT ALIVE
Peter O’Connell, founder of Peter O’Connell Media, Ireland’s premier book publicity and marketing agency, and founder of True Lit Agency, and former co-founder and director of Liberties Press

Tickets are €20 as there is a top line up of speakers from the world of publishing. The event will be chaired by Sharon Bowers TWG Hon Sec who is a literary agent herself working with novelists, food writers and memoirists, including including Hilary Fannin, Catherine Cleary, Susan Jane White, award-winning novelist Lori Rader-Day and the political writer Miriam O’Callaghan.