La Sirena, Marine Court Centre, The Green, Malahide, Saturday June 21st 10am to 1pmThe good peeps at Something Wicked - who are a fantastic bunch of Malahide-based crime-fiction enablers - have announced what will no doubt be another great event. Having attended one of their things - a similar masterclass by Louise Phillips - this one will no doubt be super too. It's being held in a Mexican cuisine restaurant. I love me some of them burritos!
Are you interested in learning the tricks of the trade from Arlene Hunt, the unique, award-winning and eight times published Irish crime writer?
Arlene Hunt will deliver a crime-writing master class in the stylish sea-front restaurant of La Sirena, Malahide.
This is a half day event from 10am to 1pm and will cost €10. There will be a subsequent Q&A session over lunch from 1pm to 2pm and participants can attend both the workshop and lunch for €18.
Something Wicked is a Malahide-based arts organisation that is currently organising a series of cultural events focused on crime fiction.
Arlene’s first novel, Vicious Circle, was published in 2004 to much acclaim, a pattern which continued through her five John and Sarah QuicK Investigations books, to the more recently published The Chosen (2011) and The Outsider (2013).
For further information contact Dara Lawlor on M: 086-7950638 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org or Fiona Byrne on M: 086-6029294 or E: Fiona@somethingwicked.eu .
You may also visit our website on www.somethingwicked.eu
“Arlene Hunt may just be the best female crime writer to have emerged from these islands in recent years.” – John Connolly