Planning travel to Ireland? Perhaps you’d like to review some of our top articles on Ireland.
A Travel Photo Thursday look at Cragganouwen–a Bronze and Iron Age settlement recreated in Country Clare.
Reviews by Vera Marie Badertscher unless otherwise noted.
Disappeared by Anthony Quin, a modern-day North Ireland thriller.
The Yellow House by Patricia Falvey, historical novel set in Northern Ireland in the beginning days of the struggle for Independence.
The New Irish Table, a cookbook reviewed by Brette Sember.
Exploring Derrynane House, a cultural experience by Jesse Voigts
My Lady Judge, a mystery novel set in the Burren
Northern Ireland, by Carolyn Oceana Ryan.An interview of the author of this memoir of living in Belfast, by Kerry Dexter
Galway Bay by Mary Pat Kelley, review by Kerry Dexter.
Charming Billy by Alice McDermott. Novel set in the Irish community of New York City in the early 20th century.
Hungry Hill from Daphne DuMaurier. Novel set on the Beara Peninsula in southwest Ireland.
McCarthy’s Bar by Pete McCarthy. Memoir of a zany trip through Ireland.
brought to you by Kerry Dexter:
Songman, by Tommy Sands (a memoir from Northern Ireland) and Arising from the Troubles (music by the same man).
Cathie Ryan and Through Wind and Rain
Music for Travelers in Ireland (and pictures from the Dingle Peninsula)