European Fiction in Translation with Donal McLaughlin CCA Tue 18 August 2015

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Scottish Writers’ Centre
European Fiction in Translation with Donal McLaughlin

CCA

Tue 18 August 2015

7pm, Free and unticketed, Clubroom
Ages 18+

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Donal McLaughlin is a founding member of the Scottish Writers’ Centre, and is responsible for international liaison. His first short story collection – An Allergic Reaction to National Anthems & Other Stories (2009) – was longlisted for the Frank O’Connor Short Story Award, and nominated for the EIBF Readers’ Best First Book Award. Donal featured in Best European Fiction 2012 (Dalkey Archive), both as a writer and a translator. His second collection of stories, Beheading the Virgin Mary, was published by Dalkey in 2014. Donal’s translation work includes over one hundred writers for the New Swiss Writing anthologies (2008-2011). He is the English voice of Urs Widmer.

This is a free event, open to all.

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