Newly available on bargain books are Father Browne’s Kerry and Father Browne’s Laois collections of photographs. About Father Browne’s Laois Father Browne, ‘Ireland’s greatest documentary photographer’ according to The Irish Times, lived for in Emo, County Laois, for twenty-eight years, where he had his homemade photo laboratory and where he perfected the art which he [...]
Tá cóipeanna de Labharfad Le Cách; I Will Speak to You All le Peig Sayers ar fáil againn anseo i Charlie Byrne’s anois.
New in at Charlie Byrne’s Galway author Patrick Deeley’s latest novel, The Hurley Maker’s Son.
Charlie Byrne’s will be hosting the launch of Grandpa the Sniper by Frank Shouldice, this Thursday the 10th of March at 6pm.
It’s an encyclopedic tour around Ireland! It’s an Irelandopedia! A compendium of maps, facts and knowledge, this would make a fantastic gift for anyone missing home or someone trying to get to grips with the quirks of Irish culture.
Charlie Byrne’s now has signed copies of Mary J. Murphy’s new book Caherlistrane. Featuring a forward from Eilish O’Carroll, with Seán Keane and Vivian Nesbitt, this book looks at various aspects of both personal and private histories of Caherlistrane in County Galway.
Charlie Byrne’s have received signed copies of Ann O’Riordan’s local history book East Galway agrarian agitation and the burning of Ballydugan House.
Charlie Byrne’s were lucky enough to have Tim Collins author of Dick Dowling; Galway’s Hero of Confederate Texas drop in to sign a few copies of this comprehensive biography of the life of Dick Dowling. This book attempts to put the life of Dick Dowling into the context of the turbulent times he lived in, and shows [...]
Charlie Byrne’s has just received copies of The Claddagh; Stories from the Water’s Edge a beautiful collection of stories and images inspired by the Claddagh area of Galway compiled by Sandra Bunting, Evelyne Diskin, Paul Malone and Edith Pieperhoff.
Investigating the dominant historical narratives, An Irish-Speaking Island investigates state, religion, community and the linguistic landscape in Ireland from 1770-1870.