December 13 - normal people

by sally rooney

The Solas Nua Book Club meets on the 2nd Monday - 7 pm

Le Pain Quotidien - 2000 P Street NW

(Dupont Circle Metro)

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2018 - 2019 BOOKS

  • January : Claire Mc Gowan - The Lost

  • February 12: Deirdre Madden (Ed.) - All Over Ireland (short stories)

  • March 12: Oona Frawley - Flight

  • April 9: Karl Geary - Montpelier Parade

  • May 14, New Writing From Ireland, Irish Book Day book available at Solas Nua events

  • June 11, Sebastian Barry, Days Without End

  • July 9: Alan McMonagal - Ithaca

  • August 13: Neil Hegarty - Inch Levels

  • September 10: Lisa McInerney, The Blood Miracles

  • October 8: Sally Rooney, Conversation with Friends

  • November 12, Donal Ryan, From a Low and Quiet Sea

  • December 10, Sally Rooney, Normal People

    2019

  • January 14, Anna Burns, Milkman

  • February 11, Paul Lynch, Grace

  • March 11, Bernard McLavery, Midwinter Break

  • April 8, Kit de Waal, The Trick to Time

  • May 13, Caoilinn Hughes, Orchid and the Wasp

  • June 10, David Park, Traveling in a Strange Land

  • July 8, Julian Gough, Connect

  • August 12, Elizabeth Reapy, Red Dirt

  • September 9, Nick Laird, Modern Gods


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2017 books

  • January 9: Paul McVeigh, The Good Son

  • February 13: Lia Mills, Fallen

  • March 13: Glenn Patterson, Gull

  • April 10: Mike McCormack, Solar Bones

  • May 8: Danielle McLaughlin, Dinosaurs on Other Planets

  • June 12: The Stinging Fly, New Writers-New Writing (2017 Book Day)

  • July 10: Sara Baume, Spill Simmer Falter Wither

  • August 14: Lucy Caldwell, Multitudes

  • September 11: Nuala Ni Chonchuir, The Closet of Savage Mementos

  • October 9: Claire-Louise Bennet, Pond

  • November 13, Conor O'Callaghan, Nothing on Earth

  • December 11: Donal Ryan - All We Shall Know

  • January : Claire Mc Gowan - The Lost

  • February: Deirdre Madden (Ed.) : All Over Ireland (short stories)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 books 

The Irish Times describes the Stinging Fly as"A visceral collection of pieces by modern Irish writers depicts another side of 1916".   Read the full review here.

  • January 11: Kevin Curran, Beatsploitation (Excerpt in Here's the Story)

  • February 8: Gavin McCrea, Mrs. Engels

  • March 14: No meeting

  • April 11: Anne Enright: The Green Road

  • May 9: Kevin Barry, Beatlebone

  • June 13: In the Wake of the Rising, Solas Nua/Stinging Fly

  • July 11: Caitrioina Lally, Eggshells (An excerpt is in Here's the Storydownload below)

  • August 8: Belinda McKeon, Tender (rescheduled from March)

  • September 12: Paul Lynch, Red Sky in Morning

  • October 10: Jan Carson, Children's Children

  • November 14: Lisa McInerney, The Glorious Heresies

  • December 12: Evelyn Conlon, Not the Same Sky

2015 books 

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  • January 12: Sebastian Barry, The Temporary Gentleman

  • February 9: Jan Carson, Malcolm Orange Disappears

  • March 9: Darragh McKeon, All That is Solid Melts Into Air

  • April 13: Eimear McBride, A Girl is a Half Formed Thing

  • May 11: Solas Nua's Irish Book Day publication, Here's the Story (download)

  • June 8: Mary Costello, The China Factory (Short Stories)

  • July 13: Michael Farrell, Life Here Below: Stories

  • August 10: Colin Barrett, Young Skins (Short Stories)

  • September 14: Adrian McKinty & Stuart Neville (Editors), Belfast Noir(Short Stories)

  • October 12: Roddy Doyle: The Guts

  • November 9: Kevin Curran, Beatsploitation (Excerpt in Here's the Story) - Rescheduled for January, 2016

  • December 14: Gavin McCrea, Mrs. Engels - Rescheduled

2014 books

  • February 10: Stuart Neville, Ratlines

  • March 10: With My Lazy Eye by Julia Kelly

  • April 14: Solas Nua's Irish Book Day publication What's the Story?

  • May 12: Kathleen MacMahon, This is How It Ends

  • June 9: Michele Forbes, Ghost Moth

  • July 14: Gavin Corbett, This is the Way

  • August 11: Claire Kilroy, The Devil I Know

  • September 8: Aidan McKinty, Cold Cold Ground

  • October 13: David Park, The Truth Commissioner

  • November 10: Benjamin Black, Holy Orders

  • December 8: Donal Ryan, The Thing About December