Marie-Louise Muir talks to two of Ireland's most exciting literary voices, Anne Enright and Glenn Patterson.
Enright has just won the coveted Man Booker Prize 2007 prize for her novel, The Gathering, about the 12-strong Hegarty family and their encounters with death, grief, anger and redemption. Glenn Patterson has published six novels - most recently The Third Party, set in Hiroshima.
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