• Yeats in Love is an illustrated, semi-fictional account of WB Yeats’ obsessive yet ultimately fruitless pursuit of Maud Gonne, illustrated in detail on every painful page by award-winning Illustrator Annie West. This is the second edition of the gorgeous book, page after page of voluminous colour and detail as we make our excruciatingly entertaining way through Willie Yeats’ pursuit of Maud Gonne.

    With an introduction by Theo Dorgan, and designed by Amy West, Yeats in Love promises to be the book to delight and amuse lovers of literature, illustration and unrequited love for many years to come.

  • William Butler Yeats ranks among the greatest literary talents of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Though best-known as the author of poems as timeless and delicately crafted as The Lake Isle of Innisfree and for his unrequited love of Maud Gonne, he exerted a remarkable influence in many other aspects of Irish life: a brother to the artist Jack B. Yeats, he was also a leading light of the Irish Literary Revival, founder of the Abbey Theatre and two-term senator. This volume forms a compact introduction to his life and the events shaped his work
  • 30 must-sees to help you discover the county, 22 great places to eat out and grab souvenirs, 8 amazing activities to experience in Sligo and 1 map to help you find your way and plan your next trip to the North West of Ireland.
  • Sh*te Thanks For Asking Book Sh*te Thanks For Asking Book
    Sh*te -Thanks for Asking Book by local entrepreneur Angi Dixon
    ‘Sh*ite, Thanks for asking follows the journey of Irish woman Angi Dixon who lost her younger brother to suicide. She documents her grief journey in the first year with a powerful series of letters, essays and talks about the experience of trying to deal with the grief of losing her best friend and younger brother Seany’
    ‘’That first year when you lose your person - it will knock the stuffing out of you. So look at this book as a spray plaster and grief repair kit to get you through the moment.’’
    Book - 128 page in soft cover with designs by Aisling Griffin

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