Dublin, UNESCO City of LIterature has chosen Leonard and Hungry Paul by Ronan Hession as their book for 2021, which is just brilliant. Previous books chosen were by Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, Flann O'Brien and Edna O'Brien.
We have been short listed in the regional finals for small press of the year awards .
Congratulations to Dubliner, Ronan Hession.
Leonard and Hungry Paul has been chosen by Dublin, UNESCO City of Literature, as their Book for 2021.
Previous authors chosen for this honour include - Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Edna O'Brien.
There will be banners, flags, pennants on lampposts throughout the city and the book will be promoted in all libraries in Ireland.
Ronan will be speaking and chatting on several online library events as well as appearing on RTE Radio shows too.
The Sunday Times has chosen Leonard and Hungry Paul by Ronan Hession as one the top 50 great Irish novels of The Century.
'It has acquired cult status amongst literary fiction fans.'
Here is the wonderful review of Should We Fall Behind by Sharon Duggal in The Guardian.
It will also be in the newspaper on Saturday 5th December.
Leonard and Hungry Paul by Ronan Hession has been chosen as one of the books of the year in 2020 by contributors to The Times Literary Supplement.
Congratulations to Ronan.