Local author Paul Kestell will be reading from his novel ‘The Baby Farm’ with some discussion afterwards.
Hear him at the West Cork Arts Centre in Skibbereen on Wednesday 29th January 2020.
It starts at 7pm and goes till 8pm.
Paul Kestell published his debut novel Viaréggio in October 2009, this novel has received excellent reviews in both the ‘Sunday Independent, and the Irish World newspapers, ‘the novel has also featured on Rte Radio one, and on Cork 96fm. Pauls previous works include his radio play, ‘For a few weeks in June,’ broadcast on RTE and his short story ‘Ballinglanna,’ published by Willow Lake press. Paul Kestell read at the West Cork Literary festival on July 5th- 2011- this international event featured among others David Soul and John Boyne. Paul lived in West Cork and his second novel ‘Wood Point,’ was published in the autumn of 2011. Paul followed ‘Wood Point,’ with two collections of novelettes….’The Mad Marys of Dunworley & other stories and The West Cork Railway & other stories’ Paul published his first collection of short stories ‘Nogginers,’ in May 2016—these stories have received wonderful reviews on Amazon. This writer is a regular reader in libraries throughout Ireland, having read in Cabinteely, Blancardstown, Clondalkin, Balbriggan, Malahide, Lucan, and in Bandon, Blackpool and Mayfield libraries in Cork……Presently Paul has published a new novel a mystery thriller, ‘The Baby Farm.’ The Baby Farm has just received a five star review on Amazon Kindle.