FRAN BARLET
Every year we dread the Winter blues, when the sun hibernates and all that seemed possible in the bright summer light becomes further out of reach in the misty darkness of the looming winter.
Tue, 31 Jul 2012
Today I'm taking you for a walk in the Northern Irish countryside. Picture it: fresh air, tweeting birds perched on leafy bran ...
Wed, 04 Jul 2012
Every day, I open my bedroom curtains and gaze at the steeple of the 180 feet high tower of St Mark's Church on 'Bunker Hill' ...
FRAN BARLET IN WORDS
Thu, 03 May 2012
As I read this week's contributor's notes, I was reminded of my favourite perfume: her words exuded a warm fusion of bright to ...
Thu, 19 Apr 2012
Hurray! Last Sunday, the Irish News paid tribute to the politicians who contribute to this blog and has officially declared a ...
Wed, 11 Apr 2012
This week, I confess to being crushed. I was hoping against hope that Michael Copeland MLA would be an avid Enid Blyton fan, j ...
Thu, 29 Mar 2012
Last week we explored the books that make Conall McDevitt tick, this week enters Jeffrey Donaldson, MP and DUP MLA representin ...
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Fran Barlet
Fran Barlet

Fran is originally from France and has been living in Northern Ireland for 15 years.

She holds a Post-Master's degree in translation from the University of Lille and a PhD on Northern Irish politics from the University of Paris 8.

She has worked for Human Rights NGOs in Belfast and Brussels and now specialises in communications and media relations.

She's also a very avid reader!