Monthly Archives: March 2010

Irish Crime by Annette J Dunlea

Irish Crime by Annette J Dunlea Published in The Carrigdhoun Newspaper April 2010 p.24 97% of the Irish population believe crime is spiralling out of control. The illict drug market and associated crime is having a corrosive impact on Irish … Continue reading

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My Lit Blog Of The Week: The Diary of Samuel Pepys Thursday 28 March 1667 My tailor come to me betimes this morning, and having given him directions, I to the office and there all the morning. At noon dined well. Balty, who is mighty thoughtful how to dispose of … Continue reading

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Abroad Writers Conference Welcome to Abroad Writers’ Conference, where world voices are heard and you participant in the discussion. Our top heavy conferences are led by some of the worlds most talented authors, journalist, poets, playwrights, screenwriters and literary agents. Stimulating talks, … Continue reading

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An Irish Economic Update by Annette J Dunlea (Cork Author)

An Irish Economic Update by Annette J Dunlea                 Cork Author Published in Carrigdhoun Newspaper 18th March 2009 The Economy of Ireland has transformed in recent years from an argicultural focus to a modern knowledge economy. Ireland’s focus on trade and … Continue reading

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London Book Fair 2010 The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. Taking place every spring in the world’s premier publishing and cultural capital, it … Continue reading

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My Blog of the Week – Hip Librarians Book Blog The Hip Librarian’s Book Blog began in September 2003 by friends and former Simmons College GSLIS comrades April Mazza and Allison Peters. The motivation behind the blog was to share the names of books we liked in a more … Continue reading

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