James Lawless invites you to the launch of his novel Finding Penelope and perhaps to partake of a glass of wine in Hodges Figgis, Dawson Street on Tues. Oct. 30 at 6.30 pm. James Lawless was born in Dublin and divides his time between Co. Kildare and West Cork. He is the author of the novels Peeling Oranges (Killynon House, 2007), For Love of Anna (New Generation, 2009) and The Avenue (Wordsonthestreet, 2010), and a study of modern poetry, Clearing the Tangled Wood: Poetry as a Way of Seeing the World (Academica Press, USA, 2009). His poetry collection Rus in Urbe was published this summer by Doghouse. Awards include the Scintilla Welsh Open Poetry Competition, the Cecil Day Lewis Award, the Sunday Tribune/Hennessy and Willesden Herald award nominations, the WOW Award and a Biscuit International prize for short stories.
I've been learning about Jean Piaget's theories about how children learn tonight. Keywords would be schema, conservation, egocentrism, cognitive developmental theory. I've a lot more to read and understand. I'm also coming to terms with the ins-and-outs of Harvard Referencing again. Ah well Rome wasn't built in a day.