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Dublin Writers Festival: 1 - 6 of June, 2010

Dublin, Ireland

Love reading, and want to know all about the literature, new books and best-sellers. Plan your trip to Dublin. From the 1st of June to the 6th of June, 2010 the great festival will be held for everyone who cannot imagine their life without a literature. The Dublin Writers Festival is Ireland's premier literary event celebrating the very best of Irish and International Writers. This festival provides a unique opportunity for audiences to experience high quality live literature through readings, discussions and talks. You you find this event interesting, pack your bags and head to Ireland.

Need some good motivation? Just read the list of participants and you will find some very good reasons to be there. International writers Antony Beevor, Hanif Kurieshi, Yann Martel and multi-award winning Ian McEwan will join Irish writers Jennifer Johnston, Joseph O’Connor and Tom Murphy and dozens more at this year’s Dublin Writers Festival. The 6-day literary Festival, now in its 12th year, features over 40 writers who will read from their most recent works and take part in curated conversations about their writing. Most events will be presented at the Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar or within walking distance of Dublin City Centre. Meet the summer in Dublin and dive in the world of literature.

Explore the wide world of literature with readings, discussions, debates and public interviews. This year’s Festival, assembled by Programme Director Liam Browne also salutes significant birthdays for two major Irish writers, Tom Murphy and Jennifer Johnston, as well as The Gallery Press. It is said that books are like the roads, tracks and paths of imagination. Take a moment of joy and get lost in the fiction.In addition, new initiatives in of the festival 2010 will include a exploration of song writing with Paul Brady and Neil Hannon in performance and conversation with John Kelly and insights into the art of reading well from Anne Enright and Dermot Healy. Experience a new sensation!

Temperatures during June in Dublin are perfect for relaxing walking and comfortable sightseeing. If you want to avoid the crowds of tourists, don't miss the opportunity to be there. A sense of the past is very intense there. Easy to come and hard to leave - it's all about being in Dublin. Full of history, tourist attractions and vibrant night life. It is a great way to start you summer holidays. Be aware! Dublin is a city that will definitely capture your heart.

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