Sarah Moore Fitzgerald was born in New York, grew up in Dublin and lives in Limerick where she works as an academic. She says she wrote fiction constantly as a child and her novels have been published since 2013. Sarah’s work has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Prize and the CBI Book of the Year Award and she won the 2016 Irish Writers’ Centre’s Jack Harte Award. She has researched extensively on the writing process and is founder of the UL Creative Writing Winter School.
Sarah will be in conversation with novelist, Niamh Boyce, in the atmospheric Nenagh Castle, at the closing event of the festival, on Sunday 6 October.
Dress warmly and bring a cushion if you wish. This venue is not wheelchair accessible.