Some media coverage for The Lost Letters of William Woolf
Helen discusses The Lost Letters of William Woolf with Steve Wright.
Helen discusses The Lost Letters of William Woolf with the Irish Times Book Editor, Martin Doyle at the Waterford Writers Weekend, October 2018
How my childhood reading made me a writer by Helen Cullen.
Why The Lost Letters of William Woolf is a perfect book for a screen adaptation. A feature written by Mainstreet Productions on why they optioned Helen’s novel.
Lost letters and a dream debut novel for Helen Cullen - Rowena Walsh interviews Helen.
Helen writes for the Sunday Times Magazine about her move to the countryside.
Helen writes about the importance of maintaining the tradition of sending Christmas cards.
Ruth Gaukrodger interviews Helen about her debut novel.
The Importance of Music in The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen
‘The Lost Letters of William Woolf’ is a powerful call to slow down by Maria Dickenson, MD of Dubray Books.
Amy Baker and Rosy Edwards interview Helen.
Jessica Leeke, Helen’s publisher at Penguin writes about why they choose to publish The Lost Letters of William Woolf
Sophie Grenham talks to Helen about working in radio, 1930s Literature and the beauty of a handwritten letter.
Like a Watteau study, Helen Cullen’s warmth for people shimmers from her writing - Four writers share their perspectives on ‘The Lost Letters of William Woolf’.
Rick O’Shea reviews The Lost Letters of William Woolf as part of the Easons Must Read summer promotion.
Workshopping The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Marc Lee
The inspiration for by debut novel by Helen Cullen
Helen writes about overcoming fear in pursuit of happiness.
My first time with….Helen Cullen, August 15th
Meet the Bright Young of Irish Fiction