Official Opening with Lara Marlowe | Limerick Literary Festival 2019
Limerick Literary Festival
in honour of Kate O’Brien presents
Official Opening by Lara Marlowe
Followed by Musical Interlude co-presented by Irish National Opera
This event is Sold Out
Hunt Museum | Feb 22 | 6pm | €15/€13
As France correspondent for The Irish Times newspaper, Lara Marlowe has observed French politics at close range for more than 20 years. She spent four years in Washington DC covering Barack Obama’s first presidential term, and has worked extensively in the Middle East. Before joining the Irish Times
in 1996, Marlowe was Beirut bureau chief for Time Magazine.
Marlowe holds degrees from UCLA, the Sorbonne and Oxford, and has won three press awards. She is the author of “The Things of Seen; Nine Lives of aForeign Correspondent,” and “Painted With Words.” The French government made her a Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur for her contribution to Franco-
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