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Lord Mayo - Tibbott-ne-Long Bourke, Son of the Pirate Queen, 1567-1629

Chambers, Anne
Inheriting the maritime skills and political ingenuity of his mother, Grace O’Malley (Granuaile), Ireland’s famous ‘Pirate Queen’, the life of Theobald (Tibbott-ne-Long) Bourke is set against one of the most traumatic and convoluted periods of social, political and military turmoil and change in Ireland.

McAlpine’s Men - – Irish Stories from the Sites

Cowly, Ultan
Mc Alpine's Men is a unique collection of stories from the 200,000 Irishmen who laboured on civil engineering sites, pulled cable, drove tunnels and drank their pay in pubs such as The Crown, The Spotted Dog The Archway Tavern and many more during the building of Post War Britain and beyond.

Focail na mBan – Women’s Words

Magan, Manchán (ED)
Manchán Magan’s latest book, published by Mayo Books Press, is a fabulous collaboration with 29 artists. Focail na mBan is a gathering of Irish words for vaginas, vulvas, clitorises and periods, each one illustrated with striking and vivid art.

Keelogues – A Parish History

O'Brien, Mary
First published by Keelogues Community Council in 1989 and republished by Mayo Books Press in 2022 with the Keelogues Heritage Group. The ‘Keelogues Book’ takes us back in time, giving us a brief look at parish life over the years.