Tuesday, March 11, 2014
A Review of my Sligo 1912-23
An excellent review of my The Irish Revolution 1912-1923: Sligo in the latest issue of the Irish Literary Supplement, extract above. This is a twice-yearly publication of book reviews of books of Irish interest, founded in 1982. It is published in association with the Center for Irish Programs of Boston College, Massachusetts.
This review is by Dr Deirdre McMahon of Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, a widely published historian with a particular interest in twentieth century Irish history
The next volume in this Four Courts Press series of county histories of the Irish Revolution edited by Mary Ann Lyons and Daithí Ó Corráin, Tyrone by Fergal McCluskey, is due to be published very soon. My volume was of course first in the series.
Posted by Michael Farry at 1:11 PM
Labels: Irish Revolution; Sligo; Tyrone; Michael Farry; Irish Literary Supplement; Deirdre McMahon; Fergal McCluskey; Four Courts Press