Neil Hegarty at the Seamus Heaney HomePlaceDecember 2022
Neil Hegarty, Nora Hickey M'Sichili, Brian McGilloway, and Nandi Jola discuss the writing of 'Impermanence' with Denzil McDaniel.
Neil Hegarty discusses 'Impermanence' at the Dublin Book FestivalNovember 2002
Impermanence editors Neil Hegarty and Nora Hickey M'Sichili join Henrietta McKervey and Kerri ni Dochartaigh to explore their essays, writing and the nature of impermanence.
Neil Hegarty and Mona de Pracontal at Trinity College DublinNovember 2022
The French translation of Inch Levels was published by Éditions Joëlle Losfeld in October: and at this event hosted by the Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation, Neil Hegarty and translator Mona de Pracontal discuss the art of translation.
Neil Hegarty at the Belfast FestivalOctober 2022
Neil Hegarty joins Gail McConnell and Maria McManus to discuss the themes and context of 'Impermanence' with Denzil McDaniel.
Neil Hegarty discusses 'Impermanence' at the Omagh Literary FestivalOctober 2022
Neil Hegarty in conversation with Sam McBride at the Strule Arts Centre, discussing the evolution of the essays collected in Impermanence.
Inch Levels is published in French translation as La surface de l'eauOctober 2022
La surface de l'eau is translated by Mona de Pracontal, and published by Éditions Joëlle Losfeld/Gallimard. It was launched by Clíona de Riordan at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris.
Kaleidoscope presents 'Burned', a new essay by Neil HegartyOctober 2022
The EFACIS Kaleidoscope project explores the relationship between Irish writers and Europe.
Neil Hegarty and Mona de Pracontal at Centre Culturel Irlandais, ParisOctober 2022
Neil Hegarty and Mona de Pracontal discuss the translation of Inch Levels into La surface de l'eau, published by Editions Joelle Losfeld on 6 October 2022.
'A Ming Bowl', for RTE Sunday MiscellanySeptember 2002
A new radio essay on the Spanish Armada, history, time, and space.
'Do better': A new essay in The Stinging FlyJuly 2022
Neil Hegarty contributes to an essay season in The Stinging Fly, with reflections on the effects of time, patience, and self-knowledge. stingingfly.org/2022/07/28/notes-on-rejection/
Excellent reviews of ImpermanenceJuly 2022
The first reviews of Impermanence are full of praise. 'A wide-ranging, moving and beautifully written series of reflections on friendship, family, place and society,' writes the Irish Times.
'Supple, subtle, and surprising,' writes the Irish Independent.
RTE Sunday Miscellany featureJuly 2022
Neil Hegarty's radio feature on 'la mer d'Iroise'
Primadonna Festival lineup announcementJuly 2022
Neil Hegarty appears at this summer's Primadonna Festival, Suffolk.
Salon de Livre Insulaire, FranceJuly 2022
Neil Hegarty appears at the Salon de Livres, Ouessant, France
Publication of ImpermanenceJune 2022
Impermanence, a new collection of essays edited by Neil Hegarty and Nora Hickey M'Sichili, and published by No Alibis Press and the Centre Culturel Irlandais, is launched in Paris. Impermanence features essays by Jan Carson, Carlo Gebler, Henrietta McKervey, Nandi Jola, Gail McConnell, Neil Hegarty, Susannah Dickey, Maria McManus, Susan McKay, Paul McVeigh, Brian McGilloway, and Kerri ni Dochartaigh.
Residency on the isle of Ouessant, FranceJune 2022
Neil Hegarty is awarded the Sémaphore du Creac’h writers' residency.
Focus on Northern Ireland at Centre Culturel Irlandais, ParisJune 2022
Neil Hegarty takes part in a soirée of visual arts, literature, music and film from Northern Ireland.
Neil Hegarty judges Irish Novel Fair 2022February 2022
Neil Hegarty, Cauvery Madhavan and Gavin Corbett select the twelve Novel Fair finalists.
Neil Hegarty on Shelfmarks podcast, with Zoe Comyns and Royal Irish AcademyDecember 2021
New writing plus discussion of the Anthropocene, nature, and the climate crisis.
Queer Love: Emma Donoghue and Neil Hegarty in conversation with Paul McVeigh at the Dublin Book Festival 20218 November, 7pm-8pm GMT
More information: dublinbookfestival.com/programme/queer-love/
Neil Hegarty reviews The New Frontier: Reflections from the Irish BorderIrish Times, 24 October 2021.
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Border Literatures - Online Reading and Conversation Series, September 2021 - March 2022Wednesday 20 October, 7pm
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Neil Hegarty and Elizabeth Mannion in conversation about Andrea Carter's Death at Whitewater Church: An Inishowen Mystery. Moderated by Liam McIlvanney.
More information: www.nli.ie/en/border-literatures.aspx