There are not many books of poems of which I can say that I remember the day, the month, the year when I read them. Rita Ann Higgins’ Goddess on the Mervue Bus was such a book. It was a cold dark winter’s day when I read it and it lit a fire in my heart. To me Rita Ann Higgins means a unique...
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Joe Steve Ó Neachtain’s first and long-awaited collection of short stories. His ability to tell a good story and his wonderful, flowing style make him one of our most cherished writers.
This novel has a dramatic plot that spans 3 generations. It tells a story that is sometimes tragic, sometimes funny, and features love, friendship, betrayal and murder. As well as being entertaining, the book is a lesson in the social history of Connemara. It explores the daunting authority of the...
A selection of short stories from some of the best new prose writers in Irish, first published as part of the Foinse-Cló Iar-Chonnachta literary competition. Includes the winning story, An Brogús, by Jackie Mac Donncha.