ABOUT ME

Aidan Harte is a writer and sculptor. He lives in Dublin.

Book

US publication of IRENICON

March 18th, 2014  |  Published in Aidan Harte's books, Book, Fantasy Novel, Interview, Irenicon, Review, Review, Spira Mirabilis, The Wave Trilogy
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OK, either Random House are playing an elaborate April Fool on me or  Irenicon is coming to American bookshops on April  1st. To add to the fun, Spira Mirabilis, the  conclusion  of  The Wave Trilogy, will be published in the UK, and Commonwealth on April 3rd.

In anticipation, we’ve been mercilessly bombarding the Fantasy blogosphere both sides of the Atlantic. Here’s my interview with David Marshall at Opionator, some guest blogs at the QwilleryCivilian Reader and the Book Plank, and – hot off the digital press - Christina Brookman’s Irenicon review for Fanboy Comics.

Book III of The Wave Trilogy

Book III of The Wave Trilogy

The Warring States

April 17th, 2013  |  Published in Book, Fantasy Novel, Irenicon
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My lovelies, The Warring States is published this month.

Book II of the Wave Trilogy

Book II of the Wave Trilogy

To mark this seminal occasion, I’ve written a series of blogs on Jofletcherbooks.com.  And here they are:

On Money

On Happy Endings

On Losing Gracefully

On Soapboxes

On Heavenly Bodies

Spring cleaning

February 6th, 2013  |  Published in affordable art fair, Aidan Harte Sculpture, Art Fairs, Book, Fantasy Novel, Irenicon, Life Drawing, Sol Art gallery
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My  Dearest Heneretta,

From March 6th to 10th, I’ll have sculpture at London’s Affordable Art Fair in Battersea. And since you’ve been so good, here’s a recent Irenicon review at Goodreads. And also a nice picture of some old gentlemen.  Right then, be off with you, young scallywag.

40 winters' worth