I’m reissuing my Irish novels in a centenary edition. It’s almost 100 years since the events they describe happened and…Continue reading
Maud and Iseult Gonne are living in Normandy, taking refuge from the war in Paris, when they hear that John MacBride, Maud’s husband, has been executed. This leaves Maud frantic to get back to Ireland. She dispatches Iseult to London, to fetch their friend, the poet Willie Yeats.Continue reading
It’s Friday Fiction here on the blog, so I’ll be blogging Dancing in the Wind, Book Two in the Yeats-Gonne Trilogy here with weekly extracts in the Friday Fiction slot.
I’m thinking of opening Dancing With The Wind with one of Maud Gonne’s fiery political speeches.
Question: Would you read on if this was what you found in the first pages of a book?Continue reading
I have done some shuffling on the fiction front and I’ll be blogging Dancing in the Wind, Book Two in the Yeats-Gonne Trilogy here weekly in the Friday Fiction slot.Continue reading
I thought you might enjoy this selection from an in-depth interview I’ve just done with author Regina Joyce Clarke. The full…Continue reading
Friday Fiction: A Historical Literary Dinner with Ezra and Dorothy Pound, WB Yeats, Iseult Gonne and Georgie Hyde Lees
This is an extract from Dancing In The Wind, the second book in my WB Yeats trilogy. It is narrated by…Continue reading