S2:E5 Earwigging with Anne Griffin
Sabina Brennan talks to Anne Griffin through the lens of her brilliant debut novel When All is Said about kindness, self-love, loneliness, ageing, dyslexia, pursuing happiness, eschewing perfection and our own special brand of guilt.
To earwig (verb): to secretly listen to a conversation.
The Booster Shot Sabina mentioned in this episode is Booster 5 Loneliness is a Killer
Sabina also promised to share the link to The Little Book of Kindness by Bernadette Russell
Anne Griffin is the author of When All Is Said, the number 1 Irish bestseller, and winner of the Newcomer of the Year at the Irish Book Awards. When All Is Said has been published in the US and Canada and translated into nineteen foreign languages. Anne's short story works have featured in, amongst others, The Irish Times and The Stinging Fly and read on Radio 4. Anne has worked in Waterstones Booksellers in both Dublin and London and for various charities. Born in Dublin, Anne now lives in Westmeath, Ireland.
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