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Forthcoming Publishing by GMA members

The Book of Experience: From Anselm of Canterbury to Bernard of Clairvaux. 

Emmanuel Falque, translated by George Hughes

Publisher: Bloomsbury. (publishing date: Jan 2024)

‘Maria Edgeworth: Distinguishing the Irish Anglican Ascendancy from the English’. 

David Clare

Studies Autumn 2023

(www.studiesirishreview.ie)

 

Capital Vices  by Conor Montague - short story collection

(available at https://www.reflex.press/product/capital-vices/)

Nothing to Be Done (2023) short film by Conor Montague, due for release 2024

(Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlDhVh6R0bE&ab_channel=NothingtobeDone)

Eminent George Moore specialist, Robert Becker, has set up an interactive website, devoted to all things Moore related. The website is a very rich source for art links (over 140 pictures and growing), encompassing iconography, bibliography,  history etc.  We much appreciate Bob's specialist knowledge which will be a valuable resource now and in the future.

 https://georgemooreinteractive.blog/

The Irish Merchant of Aiicante

 

A new publication about the Moore family which may be of interest to Moore scholars, was launched lately in Claremorris.  Written by the American based author, Michael Gerard, originally from Mayo,  ‘The Irish Merchant of Alicante’ explores four generations of the Moore family and their links with Spain.  The book is available to purchase on Amazon, and various bookshops in Mayo.  More information about the book and author is available online on the RTE culture site and the Mayo News

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