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Val Mulkerns to read on “Sunday Miscellany” Easter weekend

Posted by on Feb 14, 2016 in News |

No stranger to the long-standing RTE programme, “Sunday Miscellany“, having read many times down the years on the popular Sunday morning show, Val Mulkerns is to read a new piece related to the 1916-2016 commemorations on the show for the coming Easter weekend. The author is the daughter of JJ Mulkerns, a man who fought with the Easter rebels in the GPO, but who was also a railwayman, a strolling player and the writer of satirical songs.  A tall, copper-haired man with a striking...

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Summerhouse Kindle makeover

Posted by on Sep 23, 2015 in News |

To coincide with the launching of  the Kindle version of Val Mulkerns‘ haunting novel, The Summerhouse   the tome got an elegant re-vamp to suit Kindle’s rather particular needs. The book, first published in 1984 by John Murray of London (famously Byron’s publisher), was reprinted in its Third Edition by Tara Press in 2014. This month sees the Kindle version available now on Amazon.com  and  Amazon.co.uk And for those who prefer the traditional  paperback, that’s...

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Christmas e-books for all

Posted by on Sep 23, 2015 in News |

The Summerhouse by Val Mulkerns is not only a handsome paperback, but an Kindle title as well.  The Kindle and e-Book versions of Red Lamp Black Piano – and Turbulence will be coming along right in time for your virtual Christmas stockings.  Watch this space for publishing dates....

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Val Mulkerns

Posted by on Jul 28, 2013 in Authors |

Val Mulkerns is a noted Irish writer and member of Aosdána.  Her first novel, A Time Outworn, was released to critical acclaim in Ireland in 1952. She later worked as a journalist and columnist and is often heard on the radio.  She is the author of five novels, three collections of short stories, two children’s books and many published essays and critical writings.  She lives in Dublin,...

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