Estelle Birdy reads for Speakeasy

Estelle Birdy is a writer, yoga teacher and mother of four, living and working in Dublin but when she wins the Lotto, she’s moving to West Cork. She has recently completed a Masters in Creative Writing at UCD and is currently working on a novel about a group of young fellas living in Dublin’s city centre. Her work has appeared in the New York based literary journal, The Squawkback, in Heartland, the Penfro Book Festival winners’ anthology, on The Journal.ie, Bogman’s Cannon, Cunning Hired Knaves and My Second Spring. Her book reviews have appeared in The Sunday Independent and she is a reader for the Francis MacManus RTE Short Story Prize. She really enjoys performing her work and it’s like a dream come true to be asked to read in Skibbereen.

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