Saturday, 27 October 2012

Kate Mosse

That's Kate Mosse the writer, not the model.
She's in conversation with Mia Gallagher as part of the DLT library voices presents series. More power to DLR Libraries, that's what I say.

Meet the author of the bestselling Languedoc Trilogy which comprises Labyrinth, Sepulchre and now, Citadel. Few historical novelists can bring the past to life with such compelling immediacy and imaginative brilliance. Kate Mosse was co-founder of The Orange Prize and is a tireless campaigner for reading and literacy.
Pavilion Theatre, Marine Rd, Dun Laoghaire
Saturday November 3rd at 2.30pm
Tickets 10 & €8 concessions from
Kate Mosse said some interesting things about the Orange prize which, as you know, is a prize only for women writers. I'll see if I can find the link. 

Here we go from The Guardian

"in many areas of the arts – whether it's the number of theatre directors, the number of women getting commissions for big plays, the number of women in film or in classical music – representation of women is poor, and in some cases it's worse than it was."

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