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Two new crutches and two double shots of Bushmills Irish Whiskey enabled Joe Faherty to move from...
Over the past several years there have been many fans of the 1952 film, “The Quiet Man,” who have...
Robert was living with Jesse and Zerelda James in St. Joseph,Missouri. The time was morning, the...
Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, has signed up for...
Blackbirds singing...no, I think that's roasting, on an open fire, the gypsy girl washing her...
The technician was a woman named Dr. Masara. She was from The Islamic Republic of Burundi. At least...

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McGillicuddy's Wake

Two new crutches and two double shots of Bushmills Irish Whiskey enabled Joe Faherty to move from the back seat of Moira Murphy's 1976 Buick into Eagan's Funeral Home for Tim McGillicuddy's wake. At 87, Joe was in bad shape, only a tad better than McGillicuddy who looked splendid in a rococo casket.

Is The Quiet Man Cottage About To Be Restored?

Over the past several years there have been many fans of the 1952 film, “The Quiet Man,” who have been hoping and praying that the iconic cottage featured in the film would someday be restored. Those who have visited the site of the actual cottage are often dismayed to find that the “wee humble cottage” known as White O'Morn is today not much more than a pile of stones overgrown with vegetation.

Jesse James, Vincent van Gogh and Robert Ford

Robert was living with Jesse and Zerelda James in St. Joseph,Missouri. The time was morning, the 3rd of April,1882. They had just finished breakfast of blueberry muffins, quiche Lorraine and cappuccino. Zerelda left the room carrying empty dishes made of fine China from Holland. Jesse and Robert were going over final plans for a train robbery to take place at sometime next week,and meeting up with Robert's older brother, Charley, before the caper.

Future Perfect – New Speculative Fiction Trilogy - Coming Soon

Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, has signed up for a science-fiction suspense trilogy by scientist and medical writer Katrina Mountfort. The Blueprint trilogy takes us to a future in which men and women are almost identical, and personal relationships are forbidden. Following a bio-terrorist attack, the population now lives within comfortable Citidomes. MindValues advocate acceptance and non-attachment. The BodyPerfect cult encourages a tall thin androgynous appearance, and looks are everything.

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