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Norma MacMaster

Norma MacMaster was born and reared in County Cavan beforecontinuing her studies in Derry, Dublin, Belfast and Montreal. She was a secondary school teacher and counsellor in Ireland and Canada and was ordained a minister of the Church of Ireland in 2004. A contributor to Sunday Miscellany on RTE Radio 1, she is the author of a memoir, Over My Shoulder. She and her late husband have one daughter. Norma lives by the sea in North County Dublin, and wrote Silence Under A Stone ‘a bit now and a bit then’, typing with two fingers in her attic. It is her first novel.

Sinead McCoole

Sinead McCoole is the author of two highly acclaimed non-fiction Irish history titles: Hazel: A Life of Lady Lavery (Lilliput Press 1996); No Ordinary Women: Irish Female Activists, 1900-1923 (O’Brien Press 2003) Other publications include Guns and Chiffon (1997); The Reseacher's Handbook (2000); and Passion and Politics (2010). Sinead has curated exhibitions on Irish history and Irish art at Dublin City Hugh Lane Gallery, including Society and Politics (1996); and Passion and Politics (2010); Kilmainham Jail's Robert Emmet Bi-centenary exhibition (2003) and Guns and Chiffon (1997) which toured in the US in 1998. She is currently the Director of the Jackie Clarke Collection.

Marita McKenna

Marita Conlon-McKenna is a hugely successful Irish children's writer. Her first novel, UNDER THE HAWTHORN TREE , sold over 250,000 copies in the Irish market alone. Her debut adult novel, THE MAGDALEN, was a number one bestseller in Ireland. Marita lives in Dublin with her husband.

David Norris

Senator David Norris has been an Independent member of Seanad Éireann since 1987. He won a historic constitutional challenge in 1988 to the laws criminalizing homosexuality in Ireland. Senator Norris was a candidate in the 2011 Irish presidential election. He is a former lecturer at Trinity College Dublin, a Joycean scholar, a conservationist and a passionate defender of human rights.

Anita Notaro

Anita Notaro is a TV producer, journalist and director and worked for RTE, Ireland's national broadcasting organization, for eighteen years. She has directed the Eurovision Song Contest and the Irish General Election, as well as programmes for the BBC and Channel 4. Her book TAKE A LOOK AT ME NOW was declared the winner of the Galaxy Irish Popular Fiction Book of the Year in 2008.

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