This week, Irish Times writer, essayist and musician Patrick Freyne joined Jarlath for a fascinating conversation about his life and career. His new book 'OK, Let's Do Your Stupid Idea’ is perfect for any Irish person abroad.
Patrick gives an in-depth look into his approach to writing funny, growing up in a town of 'lunatics' and the art of interviewing.
Jarlath digs into his notorious relationship with Dermot Bannon, how organisation has become a key to his writing and why he is so cautious about what he reveals of his personal life in his writing. There is a fascinating discussion on the wider conversation about Irish artistic output and much more. To hear the entirety of this conversation about life and creativity with one of Ireland's most beloved writing talents, why not head over to patreon.com/irishmanabroad.
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