Week 5: Favourite Bookshops

13 February 2017 by Sadbh Kellett

As our BookCrawl looms, Sadbh Kellett takes on a journey through Dublin's best bookstores.

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Week 4: Art and Imperfection

6 February 2017 by Ruth Atkins

Another blog post magically relevant to our weekly events. It's almost as if we planned it this way!

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Week 3: Sometimes You’ve Got to Get Away

30 January 2017 by Chris Joyce

In keeping with a week of literary escapes, Chris Joyce has a pile of recommendations in precisely that area. Check it out!

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Week 12: Westworld and Writing

12 December 2016 by Sadbh Kellett

As the close of LitSoc's incredible term approaches, Sadbh Kellett takes a unique perspective on writing technique. Have a read before our final Literary Lock-in!

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Week 11: How do you know what you know?

5 December 2016 by Aisling Kearney

As we confront the unknown in Week 10, with a screenwriting workshop and Sci-Fi Literary Quiz, Aisling Kearney casts a critical eye on the post-truth society of today.

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Literature and Music

28 November 2016 by David Donovan

In Week 10, LitSoc is exploring how traditional literature can coexist and collaborate with other forms of media.

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What LitSoc Did in Week 9

26 November 2016 by Ruth Atkins

A whistlestop tour of coverage on LitSoc's fantastic Week 9 events

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Week 9: Body and Soul

21 November 2016 by Michelle Nicolaou

With Body&Soul week taking place in Trinity, Michelle Nicolaou traces the emergence of thought on this subject throughout several literary greats.

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“Dark twisted feelings of doom”: Claire Hennessy and week the eighth

21 November 2016 by Ruth Atkins

Claire Hennessy, author of this year's Nothing Tastes as Good, visited LitSoc to speak on writing mental health, working as an editor, and her newest novel Nothing Tastes as Good

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Week 8: Mental Health in Popular Fiction

15 November 2016 by Jacob Woolf

With Claire Hennessy, author of Nothing Tastes as Good, visiting LitSoc today at 3pm, Jacob Woolf examines how this and other novels deal with mental health issues.

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