27 January 1977
45 Years Old
|Occupation||Writer & Professor|
|Known For||Writer of Notes to Self|
|Education||Trinity College Dublin|
|Parents||Richard Pine & Melanie Craigen|
Irish Writer & Professor Emilie Pine rose her fame by publishing her first collection of personal essays Notes to Self. Besides, academic familiarity, she also gained huge popularity on social media platforms. Her Twitter account @emiliepine has been reached more than 8.5K followers within a short time. Emilie is also active on Facebook, Linkedin & other social networking sites with a lot of well-wishers.
Emilie Pine was born on 27 January 1977, in Dublin, Ireland. She grew up with her father Richard Pine & her mother Melanie Craigen. Emilie has a younger sister Vanessa Pine who is also an artist and cookery writer.
She finished her high school at a Local High School in Dublin. After completing high school, Emilie was admitted to Trinity College Dublin, where she completed both her BA & Ph.D. degrees.
Emilie Pine is a Professor of Modern Drama at University College Dublin, Ireland. Where she enrolled in the spring of 2008. Emilie is Director of the Irish Memory Studies Research Network and Editor of the Irish University Review. She published her first novel Ruth & Pen. Her bestselling book Notes to Self won the Butler Literary Award, and Book of the Year 2018 at the Irish Book Awards.
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