DBF 2019 TEAM 1
The lovely #DBF2019 team has been working hard to bring you an exciting festival, full of literary delights. We can’t wait to see you all in November. Julianne Mooney – Programme Director Background: Julianne has been programming the Dublin Book Festival since 2010 and has loved every moment of it. Alongside the […]

Meet the #DBF2019 Team!

The Dublin Book Festival will kick off from 14 – 17 November and it’s time to get the team together! We can promise plenty of meetings filled with creative thinking, tea, cake and of course, book talk!   Marketing and Administration Assistant Interns The Dublin Book Festival is looking for two […]

DBF 2019 is hiring!

              It’s time to get out the calendar and pop in the dates for Dublin Book Festival 2019. Join us from 14th – 17th November for four days of discussions, debates, performances, workshops, walking tours and lots of book chat! Events will take place throughout Dublin City […]

Open Call for Submissions for Dublin Book Festival 2019

Ciaran O'Rourke
We met Ciarán O’Rourke, the newly published poet with The Irish Pages Press, to discuss his selection process for his new collection, his inspiration, working with the Irish Press Pages and advice for aspiring poets.   Be sure to watch the interview below!

DBF Interviews: Ciarán O’Rourke

John Fanning
John Fanning was born in Dublin in 1973. He is the director of La Muse, an artists and writers retreat in southern France.  Ezekiel  is his debut novel. You can read more about John and his work here: johnfanning.me   John talks to us about his new book Ezekiel, his inspirations, the use of […]

DBF Interviews: John Fanning

And that’s a wrap! Thank you to our wonderful writers, poets, performers, publishers, illustrators, musicians walking tour leaders, young delegates, and book doctors for creating work we love to learn from. Your contribution is so very much appreciated. Thank you to the fantastic staff at Smock Alley for being so […]

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