Description - Wicklow Folk Tales by Brendan Nolan
Wicklow is full of stories, from the farmer returned from market to find he was dead and buried, to the mysterious bird who turned into a beautiful wife long missing from the glens. In this rich collection of tales from the county, you may find the cure for baldness, or learn if it is wise to leave a sleeping army lie in Rathdrum. You will find smugglers in Bray, and a maiden who set her cap at a saint in the making in Glendalough. Wicklow has as many stories as there are people travelling its roads, and a wealth of them are gathered together here in this unique volume.
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(198mm x 125mm x mm)
The History Press Ltd
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Author Biography - Brendan Nolan
Brendan Nolan has many years of storytelling experience and has written and broadcast more than 90 stories of his own, mostly light-hearted, on radio. He was a featured speaker at Dublin Yarnspinners and at the Irish Writers' Centre Culture Night celebrations. Brendan produces and presents Telling Tales the access radio programme for writers and storytellers which may be heard on his own website, www.brendannolan.ie. His previous publications include "Dublin Folk Tales."