New book - choose your craft wisely for you no not where it leads you.
Hauntingly beautiful novel about mistakes made, lives undone.
Leonard Moonfinger and the Giant's Ring, available now on Amazon.
I am so looking forward to this year's festival. What a mighty programme. There are still some tickets left.
What a wonderful place to write and be free from everyday demands. Ready to start new writing project. #novel2020
The annual short story competition is open again for 2020. One of my pieces The House Of Water is ready for submission.
Had the pleasure of interviewing Eithne Shortall at Tertulia Bookshop, Westport on the release of her latest book, Three Little Truths.
Proud to be involved in this amazing initiative in Literary Tourism. Aiming to grow literary tourism in the north west of Ireland, keep an eye out for amazing events in 2020.
Visited Jones and Co. Bookstore Donegal.
Can't wait for this year's literary festival in Galway. Come and see what is on.
Books@One Festival, interviewing Mike McCormick and Elizabeth Reapy.
First Books@One Festival of Literature, Louisburgh. Man Booker prize longlisted Mike McCormick, E.M. Reapy, winner of awards for novel Red Dirt. All at this year's festival.
Irish Country Magazine interview about literature and its importance in a social/community setting.
Interviewed in Books Ireland Magazine.
Readings and events, poetry, literature, theatre #artsforall at this year's literature festival.
Reading by E.M.Reapy at Books@One, Louisburgh. Red Dirt is an award winning debut novel by Mayo author E.M. Reapy.
Y.A. book The Wolf Mirror for release today. With love.
Workshop and reading at Books@One, Louisburgh.
The cover of my new book,The Wolf Mirror for release Feb 2017.
Blog posts for Community Leadership, An Cosan.
Y.A. panel and discussions Belfast Book Festival.
The One Foundation and Books@One - collaboration to come.
The Wolf Mirror is being edited for a 2017 publishing date.
Galway City Library reading event, Over The Edge Nov.
Freckle Magazine - Off The Grid Living.
Article in Belfast Design Week.
Galley Beggar Press have published my story Nun on A Bike. Check out their website.
Amazing publication featuring a diverse range of articles and creative literature.
I'm reading at the Linen Hall Library this month.
A Big Lottery Fund and Queen's University, Belfast project exploring literature, place and belonging.
I spent the month of March in Ballinskelligs at Cill Rialaig as artist in residence working on my new book Just Say Yes.
Excited to announce that I am the recipient of Arts Council Northern Ireland ACES award.
Taking part in this amazing storytelling festival in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh.
Read my short story at The Literary Yard.
Writing Home Literary festival with story exchange partners Narrative 4. Irish author Colum McCann leading story exchange in Belfast at the Ulster Hall.
Book tour for Blood Entwines, interviews, guest blogs, top ten and extracts from my book.
The Clore Duffield Foundation has given 13 grants to worthy literary projects for young people across the U.K. 'Writing Home' project coming in Nov 2014.
Blood Entwines is Debut of the Month on Bookish Treasures.
BookTrust Guest Blog as Y.A. author.
Top Ten interview at the YA Club.
Culture Northern Ireland Interview.
To Digital or Not to Digital: Interview with Teenreads.
Writing.ie is an online magazine site for writers and readers of all ages. Check out my interview below.
Blood Entwines novel due for release with these other great titles.
Writers and Artists Blog Post - The Writer's Choice - Short Story Versus The Novel
The YALC London was the most amazing Y.A. conference. Top notch authors, fans, workshops, panel discussions, everything for the avid book lover. Hopefully YALC will return in 2015.
Trip to London to meet the team at Bloomsbury Publishing.
Fully Booked, where books and art collide. An art exhibition showcasing collaborative responses to my short story work. For pictures, https://www.facebook.com/carolinehealy.fiction
At the Incubator Journal launch, the importance of a home for the short story.
Read and answered questions at this very interesting panel discussion as part of literary lunchtimes at the Ulster Hall for Belfast Book Festival 2014.
As part of the launch event for Incubator Journal I gave the key note speech about the importance of finding a home for creative writing, especially short stories.
Literary Orphans, a Chicago based publication is an analog dream in a digital world. The literary magazine published short fiction in all its forms, as well as poetry and art. http://www.literaryorphans.org/
The new home for NI/Irish contemporary writing, poetry and short story. Key note speaker at the launch of this exciting new journal.
Young Adult author literary panel at this year's Belfast Book Festival 2014. Event held at Ulster Hall, with readings, Q and A and lots of information for aspiring writers.
Fully Booked exhibition at Ps2 Gallery space to go live 11th June to coincide with Belfast Book Festival.
Pitching to an Agent event at Dublin Writer's Festival this May. I will be working with a number of London based agents at the festival to find the next literary breakout talent.
Short story Termini written in response to BFI clip 'Tramcar in Belfast 1901'. Collaboration with musician Duke Special for a performance with Ulster Orchestra and BBC radio St Patrick's Day 2014. Read story on Twitter #terminiCH (march 17th) (image from BFI collection, http://explore.bfi.org.uk/4ce2b86e2fd84)
Details to be released soon. Editing, editing, editing...
My short story collection Omn i(m)potent is traveling on tour across America with The Sketchbook Project 2014. Coming to a city near you.
Attended the Brooklyn Book Festival Sept 2013 as part of an Arts Council NI funded project.
Second short story collection entitled The House of Water for release 2014. A Stitch in Time short story collection available on Amazon.
A collaborate art exhibition on the written word and all things bookish, to coincide with Belfast Book Festival June 2014.
New children's book for release in 2015.
Art in the East Side project. Seaglass, a short story written in response to the piece Jökulsárlón by artist Andrew Haire http://andrewhaire.com/
Featured interview on Short Story Ireland.
Spring Residency at Tyrone Guthrie Centre.
Literary Lunchtime readings at the Ulster Hall in Belfast.
Writing scholarship at the Arvon Foundation to write draft of Moon Finger and the Giant's Ring.
Reading at the Belfast Book Festival.
Nominated for Liebster Blog Award.
I am Eight featured on Five Stop Story.
Awarded an artist's grant for creative writing.
Long listed for the H.I.S.S.A.C. story competition.
Long listed for a WOW factor Award.
Prolitzer Prize winner.
The Reading Life Interview.
The Wolf Mirror Shortlisted for the Novel Fair at the Irish Writers' Centre.
Short story featured on award winning literary website, Wordlegs.
Winner of Doire Press's Chapbook Competition.