Meet Tom Benjamin Author of ” A Quiet Death in Italy”, Cauvery Madhavan “The Tainted” pops into the shop, hear about Birds and Humans, Naquib Mahfouz and other great additions to the shop.
Coming to you from Tertulia, a bookshop Like no other featuring Caelainn Hogan reading from her book “Republic of Shame” and Faith Hogan in the shop talking about her latest book “What happened to Us”.
In this episode we meet Helen Corcoran reading from her book, “Queen of Coin and Whispers”, a stunning Young Adult title. Eleanor Fitzsimons drops into the shop to tell us some more about her fascination with E. Nesbitt, author of Railway Children.
Hilary Fannin tells us about her inspiration and thinking behind her latest novel “The Weight of Love. Sandra Griffiths reads her poem from the collection “Her Other Language” and lots more tips and recommendations from within the Tertulia bookshop.
All the best of books this week. Meet Caoilinn Hughes author of “The Wild Laughter”, nominated for Novel of the Year (on shortlist). Also meet Anne Chambers, author of “Grace O’Malley”, telling us about her latest edition and her current project. As well as our latest recommendations…
Our first outside broadcast on a beautiful Autumn day before lockdown. Sean Lysaght, local author and poet, reads from his latest book “Wild Nephin”. It’s a book of nature, self-discovery, history and folklore all set in the Nephin National Park…
We do on on-line visit with Niamh of Aaliya’s Book in Beirut, Lebanon, who tells us about the challenges of rebuilding the shop after the bomb explosion there some months back…and the latest books we’re reading
Meet Danielle McLoughlin “The Art of Falling” and of course we talk about our latest books – “The Shadowy Third” Julia Parry, “Again Again” E.Lockart, “A Crooked Tree” Una Mannion
Meet Clare Mulley “The Women who flew for Hitler” and of course we talk about our latest books – “Klara and the Sun” Kazuo Ishiguro, “Acts of Desperation” Megan Nolan, ” If on a Winter’s Night a Traveller” Italo Calvino