Book Week Scotland Conversations

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Authors, poets and storytellers to sit down with each other and have a conversation we can all enjoy listening to.

David Keenan and Meaghan Delahunt on home

Listen to author David Keenan in conversation with novelist Meaghan Delahunt on what Home means to them.

David Keenan is a multi-talented author, critic and musician. His first novel This Is Memorial Device was a sleeper hit and love letter to small town life in late ‘70s, early ‘80s Scotland, and the music scenes therein. With his second novel For the Good Times, set during the Troubles, David was awarded the prestigious Gordon Burn Prize.

His partner in conversation is novelist and short story writer Meaghan Delahunt. Melbourne-born, Meaghan has called Scotland her home since 1992. Her work includes In the Blue House, The Red Book and To the Island and has won many awards, including the Saltire and a nomination for the Orange Prize.