Emma Claire Sweeney will be a guest speaker at the Personal Social Services Research Unit and LSE Literary Festival’s Viewing Autism Through the Arts Lens, part of the LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival 2017. She will be joined by journalist Jem Lester and the panel will be chaired by LSE Professor Martin Knapp. Our… Continue reading Event: Viewing Autism Through the Arts Lens
In searching for presents for your loved ones during the festive season, perhaps give the gift of Owl Song at Dawn, one of the hottest debut novels of 2016. There are copies available at only £4.86, 46% discount, from Books etc. It is also available as an Audible download and on CD, wonderfully narrated by actress,… Continue reading Owl Song at Dawn for the Holidays
In a list of the top novel debuts of 2016, Amazon Books named Emma Claire Sweeney as a Rising Star of 2016 for her novel Owl Song at Dawn. Hive also named her as a Rising Writer for July 2016. As the holidays draw near, don’t miss the opportunity to give the gift of one of the… Continue reading Emma Claire Sweeney Named As Amazon Rising Star of 2016, Hive’s Rising Writer 2016
Emma will be reading from Owl Song at Dawn at the Royal Mencap Society’s Carol Service on 15 December, 2016 at 6:30 pm. Also present will be the delightful Music Man Project and the English Baroque Choir. Other readers will include Hugh Dennis and Mencap’s Learning Disability Champion Lloyd Page. The festivities will continue after the service with… Continue reading Event: Royal Mencap Society Carol Service
Emma Claire Sweeney will be the faculty reader for a Reading Night Literary Event at New York University London, appearing alongside Orange-Prize-shortlisted guest novelist, Emma Henderson, and NYU London Literary Club members. Where: New York University London, 6 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3RA, Rooms 105 & 106 When: Wednesday, 30 November, 2016, 6pm RSVP at… Continue reading New York University London Literary Event: Wednesday November 30th
Emma and Emily Midorikawa will be hosting a writing event at City, University of London, where both teach on the Novel Studio programme. From the Something Rhymed blog: As long-term friends who’ve supported each other’s careers from the beginning, we know just how important building strong links with other writers can be. We’ll be joined by Something… Continue reading Upcoming Event: Writing Friendships at City, University of London
Clothing retailer Jigsaw‘s Style and Truth magazine commissioned Emma to write a fictional piece inspired by the theme of vision. Read the exclusive short story, entitled “The Roseate Tern,” here or pick up a beautiful hardcopy version in Jigsaw stores in both the UK and internationally.