It is a fascinating tale in diverse ways:
These poems tell a powerful story.
Both the challenges and radiant moments of the relationship of mother and daughter are given enduring form
The poems were inspired by my tours of duty as a United Nations Peacekeeper with the Irish Defence Forces in South Lebanon and Kosovo.
launch of two new titles from Arc Publications
one of the most influential designers of the twentieth century.
Colin Ryan, an Irish-language writer from Australia, makes his own of the language and gives it a unique Australian twist.
Such was the case 100 years ago as an entire sporting generation was decimated, not by accident or mishap, but by dint of their valour and sacrifice.
Using previously confidential police reports, British declassified documents and eye-witness accounts, the book establishes beyond any doubt that London colluded in the murders of more than 120 Catholic civilians in Ireland.
After so many books on him, we desperately needed one by him, which we now have with this anthology of his own words and articles,