Berkeley Books in Paris Welcomes Exciting New Reading Series: March 31 7pm

Berkeley Books will host a special PROSE reading with Ivy Writers Paris, Tuesday March 31 at 7pm. This event is free and open to the public. With novelists Barry Kirwan, Marie Houzelle and Aden Ellias.
 
 
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PARIS - March 30, 2015 - PRLog -- In the heart of the Latin Quarter of Paris, Berkeley Books in Paris will host a special bilingual PROSE reading Tuesday March 31 at 7pm.

The event features acclaimed authors Marie Houzelle (Tita), Barry Kirwan (The Eden Paradox Series) and Aden Ellias (Passages). The event, which promises to be a lot of fun, is free and open to the public.

Readings are in French and English, and all are welcome!

The reading will be held at :

Berkeley Books
8 Rue Casimir Delavigne,
75006 Paris
For more : see Ivy Writers website at http://ivywritersparis.blogspot.fr/

About the authors:

MARIE HOUZELLE

Acclaim for Houzelle's "Tita": "Beautifully written, it is funny, astute and warm, and the locale is very much an enveloping character in the book – you can almost smell the garrigue. A delightful read!" - Tripfiction

“In Houzelle’s first novel, Tita is a seven-year-old girl growing up in the south of France in the 1950s whose life seems to be defined by obstacles: the many foods that disgust her, the school that fails to challenge her, and parents who struggle to understand her. …Through Houzelle’s sharp, straightforward prose (which captures Tita’s perspective), the story of how Tita grows takes center stage.” - Publisher’s Weekly

BARRY KIRWAN

The science fiction Eden Paradox series poses questions about humanity. What if the galaxy is inhabited, and we’re not the smartest kids on the block (the Eden Paradox)? Given our propensity for war and ‘inhumanity’ to our fellow man and woman, how would an advanced alien civilisation judge us (Eden’s Trial)?  If we could genetically advance our children, would it be a good idea (Eden’s Revenge)? And if the galaxy needed us in a time of war, would we be up to the challenge, able to rise above our weaknesses and prejudices (Eden’s Endgame)?  "Outstanding!" "Classic sci-fi"

ADEN ELLIAS

A performer and writer, poet and web journalist Aden Ellias is the author of Aucune Bretagne, and Passages His debut novel will be published this spring by éditions E-FRACTIONS

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