‘How the hell did you get involved in that?’
I peel back happiness from the soil,
‘My Name is Saoirse’ is a compelling story of a 15 year old girl growing up in rural Limerick in the 1980’s.
You get to love too his elegant turn of phrase, understatement providing more eloquence than a rattle of words.
The Rooney prize is awarded for a body of work by a young Irish writer that shows exceptional promise.
I can tune in to the true note
in a creature heart.
Postgraduate Scholarships in Irish Studies at University of Otago
Lindie Naughton’s compelling new book sheds fresh light on all facets of Markievicz’s life
Poetry and songs in the Irish language will be a feature of this event.
I love the beauty of those words.