A new collection of short stories, some set in Australia, by Evelyn Conlon
A new introductory class on Ulysses offered by Bloomsday in Melbourne Inc.
But, I love it. I love rolling into a town and I love meeting new people and spending time getting to see their community. It’s very different from flying in and flying out and the usual fast-paced tour life. In the last few years pre-COVID things had gotten so fast, the bus couldn’t keep up with my schedule, so I was flying a lot more and I missed the bus pace.
Around the seven minute mark you will hear the Irish language version read by Tomás de Bhaldraithe and Maelíosa Stafford in response to Mayor’s reading.
MacGowan’s anarchic spirit is well served by Julien Temple, who writes and directs, bringing a lifetime of music filmmaking and a keen sense of place and time.
Three new Irish novels.
Travellers have been acknowledged as a distinct ethnic group within the Irish population.
Snippets from the Irish newspapers.
Clive Probyn reads the Holyhead journal of 1727 as a turning point in his life.
The poem begins with a recognition of the unbroken chain (slabhra) from the celtic Brigid to the abbess who built her own convent in Kildare, to a modern day Brigid taking care of her family, and through to the writer, the poet.