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Carlo Gebler in conversation with Sara Baume

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Carlo Gebler in conversation with Sara Baume

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Last year Carlo Gébler, Adjunct Professor in Creative Writing at the Trinity Oscar Wilde Centre, interviewed his former student Sara Baume, upon the release of her non-fiction musings in “Handiwork”. The theme of the book was especially relevant during lockdown when, stuck at home, many turned to craft projects. This year, in a role-reversal, Baume has agreed to come to Dingle and interview Gébler about his new work, “I, Antigone”.

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This event will take place within the government public health restrictions and guidelines of the day. Please be aware that this may include a requirement that attendees are fully vaccinated and/or to wearing a mask. If that this the case, we will require you to show your vaccination cert at the door.

Entry to the venues may be conditional on public health guidelines at the time of the performance, and not at the time of ticket purchase. Any changes to entry requirements will be communicated via email in advance.

The health and safety of everyone taking part in the festival is our priority, including volunteers, authors, audience members, and the public. The festival committee will take all the precautions necessary to make sure the festival is run safely.

Events may be subject to change depending on the latest current public health advice.

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The Dingle Literary Festival brings together readers of all interests with writers of local,
national and international standing. The festival inspires readers to read and writers to write.
Events happen, in both Irish and English, across Corca Dhuibhne, an established creative
landscape on the Wild Atlantic Way. The festival includes writer's workshops so emerging
writers can hone their skills and activities aimed at children, the readers and writers of the
future.

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