The 1970s style childhood ruinations of Australian illustrator Steven Rhodes.
The 10 Best Books set in Ireland, according to the @guardian. Explore Ireland’s history and culture through these tales of loss and love by Sally Rooney, Edna O’Brien, Colm Tóibín and more: https://t.co/U76j4X7rwz pic.twitter.com/af3SqHbKHP
— National Library of Ireland (@NLIreland) July 3, 2020
Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt
The Silent People by Walter Macken
The Country Girls by Edna O’Brien
The Broadsheet Book Of Unspecified Things That Look Like Ireland edited by Aidan Coughlan
Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín
The Green Road by Anne Enright
Eureka Street by Robert McLiam Wilson
The Spinning Heart by Donal Ryan
Normal People by Sally Rooney
The Sea by John Banville
Brown Brick by James Lawless
Heard any good books lately?
Writer and voice artist Heber Rowan writes:
A short audiobook called ‘Brown Brick’, I narrated for Dublin author James Lawless, is now on sale and I would like to offer Broadsheet readers a number of FREE UK promotion codes…
This is a story about an elderly man from the LGBT community in Dublin at the end of his life and a strange desire to break down a brick wall piece by piece….
The first anthology of Irish documentary drama. Featuring six writers interrogating and commenting on crucial events of Irish history and of the diaspora.
This was published yesterday. We’d planned to have a big Dublin bash to launch it, alas it was not to be. Still, we got our first review in, and it would make great quarantine reading!
Purchase online here
Glasnevin, Dublin 9.
Barbara Evert, Eugene Langan and unnamed pooch inspect a free book stall supplied by the residents of Glanevin Hill.
Spotted in the window of Oxfam Ireland on Francis Street, Dublin 8.
Thanks Colm Cronin
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