Now the last of Delia Meade’s children have married and moved away, she decides to tidy up the little room under the stairs, known as the Glory-hole. Amongst the forgotten toys, worn-out clothes and dusty boxes of photographs, Delia travels through happy and sad decades of her time at 109, Bog Road. An excerpt of the novel was released as part of Culture Night 2020. Click here to view. The novel was published on November 14, 2020 by Penniless Press.
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THE RAINY DAY
Farmers: young and old, cunning, foolish, greedy, generous, talented and forgotten. These and those belonging to them are gathered in this short story collection, sometimes clearly in Ireland’s west, but mostly in an unnamed landscape which shapes those often waiting for that rainy day to come. The Rainy Day was published on 12 December, 2018. The official launch of the title took place on 15 February, 2019 at Mayo County Library, Castlebar, Co.Mayo, Ireland. It is published by Penniless Press.
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‘The Rainy Day […] will really strike a chord with rural readers.’