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Belfast Stories

Belfast Stories
Belfast Stories is a collection of short fiction set throughout the neighbourhoods of the city, written by writers-both established and emerging-who live or have a strong connection to Belfast.
Our Price: €15.00
ISBN/EAN9781907682698
Stock: 2
Publisher: Doire Press
Author: MCVEIGH/FRANK-EDT
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The writers in Belfast Stories include: Linda Anderson, Lucy Caldwell, Jan Carson, Wendy Erskine, Jamie Guiney, Peter Hollywood, Caoilinn Hughes, Rosemary Jenkinson, Winnie M Li, Bernie McGill, Michael Nolan, David Park, Glenn Patterson, Ian Sansom, Dawn Watson and Shannon Yee. This anthology also features photos and background information on each neighbourhood, as well as local listings and a map displaying where each of the stories takes place. Preface and photos by Malachi O'Doherty.
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