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The Flame: A Story of an Artist in His Youth By Daniel Brophy
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“Even the stars burn out in the end, but it is the flame that counts! Here’s to the flame!” He is 21. He is an Irish American. He is the artist with hundreds of huge paintings,... More > bulk oils on wood, acrylic collages, vibrant colors and daring lines, persuasive theme of urban and religious exploration of humanity, the voice highly emotionally raised. More? The explosive art. Thousands of drawings and hundreds of pages written about the art, words of poetry and life in his world. Urban life in NJ with poor people he knows and he cares about, the Gospel highlights, reflections on God, love and old sages wisdom of all places and times mixed with the street talks, music and messages of humanity that tackle all senses and raise essential questions of human life – who we truly are and who we might be?< Less
The Homecoming By Sean McCabe
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Jimmy Devine goes home to Ireland from Paris to settle down and get a proper job. But he can't settle down. He gets a job as a teacher in a rural school in the 'middle of nowhere', but memories of... More > the free and easy life he had in Paris haunt his dreams. His ex girlfriend comes to visit from Paris and while travelling together in Connemara Jimmy suddenly realises he has a big decision to make! Love and adventure in Paris, or a dull but comfortable existence in rural Ireland...< Less
RACE THE WIND By Clifton Redmond
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Debut publication of the young Irish poet, Clifton Redmond explores youth in a very unique way and with both touching and damning deliveries touches even the most resistant of readers.
MourneQuest By Garry McElherron
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Jack Turner’s most prized possession, has been snatched away from him and the only way of getting it back has been stolen. He leaves his home in post-famine Ireland and stumbles upon an... More > enchanted realm, long since forgotten by mankind and encounters a creature named Cobs,a kindred spirit, with a wit and wisdom far beyond his youthful appearance. Together they embark on a quest, through the True Kingdom of Mourne; where the strange and wonderful inhabitants both help and hinder their path, rivers hide ancient tales, a mighty wall with a history like no other and the ultimate secret that could bring an end to everything. Can one small boy defeat his inner demons in order to conquer the greatest demon of them all? Follow Jack , on the adventure of two lifetimes.< Less
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The Trouble With Meehall By Michael Carroll
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Meehall is back, with more confessions of youthful indiscretions. The Trouble With Meehall, Michael’s second volume of memoirs, is set on the Southwest Side of Chicago in the 1960s and... More > ‘70s. These thirteen stories trace a life in progress from youth to adolescence to the brink of adulthood. But even better, they’re also a lot of fun. Join young Meehall as he skillfully performs a walletectomy, dodges tornados and angry uncles, creates a monster or two in his laboratory and keeps the household more or less in a state of continual uproar…while not always getting away with it. Michael Carroll’s new book takes us from the days of childhood to the beginning of the end of innocence, yet with a quiet, sly humor to take the edge off and remind us that after all is said and done, life is still good. So, read The Trouble With Meehall...a wee drop ‘twill be good for your heart, as feisty old Aunt Lillian from Limerick would say.< Less
MourneQuest: Secret of the Silver Orb By Garry McElherron
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Jack Turner’s most prized possession, has been snatched away from him and the only way of getting it back has been stolen. He leaves his home in post-famine Ireland and stumbles upon an... More > enchanted realm, long since forgotten by mankind and encounters a creature named Cobs,a kindred spirit, with a wit and wisdom far beyond his youthful appearance. Together they embark on a quest, through the True Kingdom of Mourne; where the strange and wonderful inhabitants both help and hinder their path, rivers hide ancient tales, a mighty wall with a history like no other and the ultimate secret that could bring an end to everything. Can one small boy defeat his inner demons in order to conquer the greatest demon of them all? Follow Jack , on the adventure of two lifetimes.< Less
Jason By Douglas Simonson
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Set in Hawaii, a folio of male-nude photographs of Irish-American model Jason by artist and photographer Douglas Simonson.
Collected Poems, By W. B. Yeats By W. B. Yeats
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The Collected Poems of W. B. Yeats includes all of the poems authorized by Yeats for inclusion in his standard canon. Breathtaking in range, it encompasses the entire arc of his career, from luminous... More > reworking of ancient Irish myths and legends to passionate meditations on the demands and rewards of youth and old age, from exquisite, occasionally whimsical songs of love, nature, and art to somber and angry poems of life in a nation torn by war and uprising. In observing the development of rich and recurring images and themes over the course of his body of work, we can trace the quest of this century's greatest poet to unite intellect and artistry in a single magnificent vision.< Less
Mickey Slabdabber, a Limerick Odyssey By Michael Quinlan
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Set in the period 1935-1953, Mickey Slabdabber is another amazing slice of Irish life adding balance to the Limerick of "Angela's Ashes". Michael Quinlan's hometown is not as bleak as Frank... More > McCourt's, although there is still hardship aplenty. Linguistic flair & Celtic originality, intriguing anecdotes and the drama of an unseen IRA distorting the life of a growing child all help flesh out our understanding of the Ireland of the day. Yet there is also art & enchantment, music, theatre & humour in this true story of the childhood and youth of a Vize's Field lane boy who wants to be a painter.< Less