Lisa Nic an Bhreithimh is a writer of flash fiction in both English and Irish. Originally from Dublin, she spent time in Connecticut as a Fulbright scholar where she took writing classes with author Gina Barreca and won a non-fiction graduate writing award. She writes on a variety of themes with a particular focus on women and their lives. In recent years she was awarded first prize in both Comórtas Gearrscéalaíochta Uí Mháine (national Irish language short story competition) and the Irish Writers’ Centre’s ‘Imbolc’ flash fiction competition. She regularly partakes in English and Irish language writing workshops and groups.
Lisa co-leads the workshop Get Splonked! Flash Fiction with an Irish Twist/ Splancáil tú féin! Splancfhicsean le snas Éireannach
on Sunday 22 November, 10.00am to 4.00pm. Details and booking here.