I'll be reading poetry at the Edinburgh Gaelic Festival on November 10 with Marcas Mac an Tuairneir.
Nobility is neither a distant claim to a castle, nor an old-fashioned trait of society. It is, instead, the ability within us all to act with grace, tolerance, and a warm heart. It is in knowing such actions, however small, may inspire another to do good. That power to inspire is more powerful than any … Continue reading On Nobility
If you’re bothered enough to read this written form of my internal dilemma, continue if you dare.
Making a new home your new home takes time, so I've spent some time in settling into Cork life.
Copenhagen is well known for only a few things, namely the Little Mermaid statue and the iconic Tivoli Gardens. There is, however, so much more to the Danish capital to enjoy.
What does home mean when I feel so connected to Scandinavia, despite being a proud Dubliner?
What hope is there for the Scottish Gaelic language today?