A new history of Australia to be launched on 20 November at Newman.
‘Let him speak who has seen with his eyes’. Congolese Proverb
Hugh Mahon has the dubious distinction of being the only member expelled from the federal parliament
This delightfully eclectic book brings together in one fascinating volume bits of knowledge, history, insights and colour from a huge – and wide variety of original sources
It is a fascinating tale in diverse ways:
launch of two new titles from Arc Publications
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.
Prior to presenting at the Celtic Club, Adrian will be launching ‘Belfast Noir’ a collection of short stories in November in the USA.
The Atlas of the Great Irish Famine, published by Cork University Press and co-edited by Michael Murphy, won the Irish Published Book of the Year. The Famine is the most pivotal event in Irish modern history. Over a million people perished between 1845 -1852 and well over a million others fled to Europe, America, Australia and other …