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Emer Martin

Emer is a Dubliner who has lived in Paris, London, the Middle East, and various places in the U.S. Her first novel Breakfast in Babylon won Book of the Year 1996 in her native Ireland at the prestigious Listowel Writers Week. Houghton Mifflin released Breakfast in Babylon in the U.S. in 1997. More Bread Or I'll Appear, her second novel was published internationally in 1999. Emer studied painting in New York and has had a sell-out solo show of her paintings at the Origin Gallery in Harcourt St, Dublin. Her new book is Baby Zero, published March 2007 and now released world wide 2014 through Rawmeash. She has just completed her third short film Unaccompanied. She produced Irvine Welsh's directorial debut NUTS in 2007. Emer was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2000. Why is the Moon Following Me? is her first children's book. She has two young daughters and lives between the jungles of Co. Meath, Ireland and Silicon Valley, California. Her website is www.emermartin.com and www.rawmeash.com.