Friday, April 27, 2012

KFM Radio Interview


 I'll be chatting to Celine Garvey on her show Artyfacts at around 9pm tonight on KFM (97.6 fm & 97.3fm) - talking about the Hennessy Literary Awards and reading a short extract from my novel The Herbalist. (My reading of Kitty will be replayed this coming Sat morning at around ten a.m.)

9 comments:

Old Kitty said...

Oh you star!!! Wonderful! Take care
x

Brigid said...

That's great Niamh and good P.R. for your novel:)

Words A Day said...

thanks Kitty:)

Words A Day said...

or bad pr...depending on how I read it:)

Padraigh said...

Hi Niamh,
Just saw your poem "kitty" in the Irish Independant - weekend review. And I loved it. I am wondering where one would start to publish ones poetry and would I need to copy right it first. I'm from near Athy too, and would appreciate any help thanks..

Padraigh

Mari G said...

Hi Niamh
I sadly missed your Artyfacts interview on Friday night...& despite trying for a podcast on the website, I couldn't see anything for the programme. If you get a chance to insert a link with it (presuming Celine sends you a recording) I would love to hear it...especially your reading of "The Herbalist"
Well done on all your achievements...life must be beautifully hectic right now!

Words A Day said...

Padraigh
Thanks, glad you liked the poem:) You dont need to copyright before you publish as far as I know, and if you are thinking of publishing your poetry there are some great magazines around - The SHop, The Stinging Fly, Boyne Berries, The Moth, Southword, Crannog...I posted a blogpost listing the irish magazines and Taniawrites has a blogpsot of uk and irish, so if you google either you should get some results. And good luck:)

Words A Day said...

Mari G
I had another interview this morning and I've linked it in the previous post, I'll email Celine to see about the Artyfacts one, thanks for the interest Mari:)
ps Hectic but brilliant!

Sarah B said...

Hi Niamh.
Loved your reading of Kitty this morning. Inspired by your success and previous words of encouragement entered a flash fiction! Too late for your insightful critique but in case you have time....
http://yearningforwonderland.blogspot.com/2012/04/once-upon-time-sarah-barry.html
We were lucky to get you when we did now fame is recognising your talent!Long may it continue.