Wednesday, November 16, 2011

A fine place ...

... Dublin Writers Museum | Celebrating the Mordant, Witty and Darkly Romantic | By Julia M. Klein - (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

If any country should have a writers' museum, it's Ireland. We visited there when Eric Mencher and I did out Bloomsday piece. In fact, Robert Nicholson was then the curator of the Joyce Museum, and he graciously admitted us early, so we could be there just at the time of day when Ulysses opens. And Julia Klein and I used to be colleagues at The Inquirer.

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