"Meath Voices" is the latest in a series of books
produced by the Trim Poet Tommy Murray.
Best known for his poetry and prose he
borrows on the previous here to give a voice
to the experience of others.
It differs from the ordinary in that it touches
not just on the personal but includes some of
the finest photographs and images many
drawn from the author's own collection.
It is a collection of splendid ruins and stories,
of historical reference, often throwing light
on the unexpected and what was hidden in the
Whether it is the observations of a Thackeray
or a William Bulfin or simply schooldays
remembered the recollections here are an
interesting read. Like its sister companions
"Voices of Trim" and "Trim Looking Back",
a welcome edition.
Cover photograph: High Nellies/Trim.
"Meath Voices" Nonsuch Publishing.
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