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Owl Song at Dawn Up For BookHugger Book of the Year

If you have read and enjoyed Owl Song at Dawn, please do consider taking thirty seconds to vote for it as BookHugger Book of the Year. It’s a real highlight of my publishing experience so far to see Owl Song at Dawn on this ten-book shortlist along with novels by the likes of Emma Donoghue,… Continue reading Owl Song at Dawn Up For BookHugger Book of the Year

Appearances · Owl Song at Dawn

Event: Viewing Autism Through the Arts Lens

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

Owl Song at Dawn · Press & Reviews

Emma Claire Sweeney Named As Amazon Rising Star of 2016, Hive’s Rising Writer 2016

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

Owl Song at Dawn · Press & Reviews

Feature on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour

My interview on Woman’s Hour about my debut novel, Owl Song at Dawn, and changing attitudes towards disability is available for download until August 30th. If you download the podcast, rather than stream it, you will get to hear an additional short interview in which I recommended my favourite novels that feature people with learning disabilities. This… Continue reading Feature on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour