Liz Moore is a writer , musician, and teacher. Her debut novel, the words of every song, was published in 2007 and her latest , The Unseen World, was published just this year. We are reading her novel, Heft, published in 2012, which tells the story of Arthur Opp, a former academic who weighs 55o pounds and hasn’t left his Brooklyn home in 10 years. liz Moore is a professor at Holy Family University in Philadelpia and has been a winner in 2014 of The Rome prize in Literature.
Upcoming MeetingsMeetings of the Stewarts Reading Circle take place on the first Tuesday of every month.
Meeting take place 5pm-6pm
Tuesday 4th October
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Past ReadsBook list from 2011- 2012 meetings October 2011…..Skippy Dies by Paul Murray November 2011…Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier December 2011…A type of Beauty by Patricia Reilly * Author visit January 2012… .Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. February 2012. .One Day by David Nicholls March 2012…..The Tiger’s Wife by Tea Obrecht April 2012…….You by Nuala Ni Chonchuir * Author visit May 2012……Dubliners by James Joyce June 2012……American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld Interact with us: www.southdublinlibraries.ie