Hidden History of Lincoln Park

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 By Pat Butler
ISBN 978.1.62619.844.9 (Chicago)
Discover Lincoln Park's Hidden History
Before Lincoln Park cemented its trendy reputation, plenty of odd and unruly history managed to settle into its foundation. Buy Book Here


You Think You Know Irish Mythology?

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 Two years ago, in response to a particularly serious bout of homesickness, my partner and I set up an Irish publishing business (Irish Imbas Books) in the basement of our home in Wellington, New Zealand. It was a daft idea, of course. I was an occasional writer, she had a legal background, but neither of us knew much about publishing

Beats Me

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 By Maryrose Carroll

BEATS ME is quintessentially a love story and a "fascinating account os some of the most vibrant, stormy and controversial times in American literature." Combining literary history with very personal drama I tell the tale of my husband, Paul Carroll, and his exploits with the censorship of his little magazine, Big Table, by The University of Chicago and the attempted censorship the U. S. Post Office in 1959.    Buy the E-Book       Buy the Book


Red's Road to Green

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 County Clare native, Amie Ni Nuallain, launches her Irish Children’s Book, Red’s Road to Green, this month.

The Chicago-based mom moved from Ireland with her husband and two kids in 2011. “After we moved, she explained, “I searched for books about Ireland for my kids. So many books told a story of an ‘Irish leprechaun and pots of gold,’ and I didn’t consider this to be a real reflection of the Ireland I had just left behind. Buy Book Here


16 Lives: Patrick Pearse

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 Dr. Ruan O’Donnell, Senior Lecturer of History at the University of Limerick and Visiting Chair of Irish Studies, Notre Dame (2010-11), is the author of numerous books on the history of Irish Republicanism. Buy E-Book and Book Here!

Mothers Addicted to Irish Dancing: MAIDS

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Brenna Briggs, author of the Liffey Rivers Irish Dancer Mysteries tween book series, has published her first book for grownups: Mothers Addicted to Irish Dancing: MAIDS. In this satirical black comedy, heavily influenced by her own experiences while in the MAIDS convent, Briggs brings to light the good, the bad and the ridiculous found in the community of mothers who have become addicted to the world of Irish dancing.

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