Our Like Will Not Be There Again: Notes from the West of Ireland
Award-winning travel writer Millman tromps through West Ireland's rugged countryside to record the oral history of its people before their hard ... Show synopsis Award-winning travel writer Millman tromps through West Ireland's rugged countryside to record the oral history of its people before their hard-earned traditions are permanently stifled by industrialization and development. In doing so, he produces a "lovely nugget of good writing" ("New York Times") that relays the personal tales of traditional laborers-the tinkers, cartwrights, rat-charmers, coopers, thatchers, farriers, gleemen, pig-gelders-with candor and depth. "Writing that is altogether finer than anything one has a right to expect." -"Washington Post" Marketing plans for "Notes from the West of Ireland": Events in New England Advertising in key travel, Irish, and literary publications Co-op available Lawrence Millman writes for "The Atlantic Monthly," "National Geographic," and "Smithsonian," and has published nine books, including "Last Places" and "Hero Jesse," He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.