Fermanagh Miscellany.

The journal ofthe Fermanagh Writers association was formed in 2007 and we have published a journal called The Fermanagh Miscellany every year sonce. It containst writing related to Fermanagh by people with some connection to Fermanagh. Our first edition give some idea of what we publish.

Fermanagh Miscellany 2007. Edited by Seamas Mac Annaidh. 74 pages. Ten B&W illustrations. Dedicated to David Hall, bookseller and publisher, Darling Street, Enniskillen on his retirement in grateful appreciation of his support and promotion of Fermanagh books and authors over the years.

Contents.

Preface.

Portora, Steam Yachts and the America’s Cup. John Beavor-Webb, Portora 1863-67 Yacht Designer and Master of Graceful Line. Michael Clarke.

William Scott and Enniskillen Town. Hall Mariette Connor.

Joseph Maguire cl879 – 1965 and a hidden genre of Fermanagh Literature. John B. Cunningham.

A Postcard from Provence. Elizabeth Fee.

Strange Meetings. Bryan Gallagher.

Pat Cassidy, at Drumhaw House, November 2000. Vicky Herbert.

The Devenish Drowning Tragedy of 1825. Seamas Mac Annaidh.

The Aftermath. Rose McCaughey.

Cockfighting on the Border. Sean McElgunn.

Walking home in the dark. Frank McHugh.

Jack Lynch of Enniskillen 1919 -2003. Lifelong Pioneer and True Gael. Cahir McKeown.

The Hawk. Dermot Maguire.

Fermanagh’s Lost Craft. May Morris.

Forgotten Canals. Gabriel Murphy.

Whisperings. Brid O’Reilly.

William Wilson. John James Reihill.

Chronicle 2005 – 2006.

Books about Fermanagh or by Fermanagh authors 2005-2006.

Contributors.

One comment on “Fermanagh Miscellany.

  1. Michael Clarke says:

    It happens that I have 10 copies of this historic publication. Keeping one, that nine others available (free) to any good purpose. Michael, email or 028 6862 1436.

    Sent from my iPad

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