The fifth and final volume of Trinity Tales, this collection of essays by distinguished graduates of Trinity College Dublin comprises a gathering of 30-odd contributors.
As the fifth and final volume of Trinity Tales (begun with the 1960s), this collection of essays by distinguished graduates of Trinity College Dublin comprises a gathering of 30-odd contributors - actors, writers, social and political activists and politicians from diverse Irish and international backgrounds. Contributors include actors, activists, writers and musicians. A rich medley of post-millennials reflecting on their fledgling years and Ireland's place in the new century.
Katie Dickson started in Trinity College in 2000, studying English Literature and Philosophy. She is a Librarian by profession and sits on the shortlisting panel of the Great Reads Award. She is the School Library co-ordinator of the Library Association of Ireland's Youth Libraries Group and also sits on the School Library Association's (SLARI) committee.
Sorcha Pollak is a journalist with The Irish Times specialising in migration, human rights and social affairs and writes the popular New to the Parish series. Her first book 'New to the Parish: Stories of Love, War and Adventure from Ireland's Immigrants' was published in 2018. Sorcha has guest lectured at Trinity College Dublin and Queen's University Belfast and
has spoken at numerous writers' festivals and conferences on migration in Ireland.