Publications & Associated Links
The Hynes of Ireland by JP Hynes, This book is a short history of the battles, murders, duels, conflicts, love stories, poems, castles,
monasteries and miracles involving the ancient Hynes family and their kinsfolk, the other descendants of King Guaire, the O'Shaughnessys,
O'Clearys, O'Cahans, O'Cahills and Killikellys. More info / buy online at http://www.localbooks.ie/shop/product_info.php?products_id=7046
or email email@example.com
The O'Shaughnessys by JP Hynes. (a great Gort /Kinvara family)
The name O'Shaughnessy is easily recognisable as a quintessentially Irish name whereas the surname of its lineal cousins, Hynes, the
anglicised rendition of Ui hEidhne, looks more Saxon than Gaelic. The name O 'Cleary is also obviously Irish as indeed it is because that
family shares the same ancestry as the Hynes and O'Shaughnessy and has the added distinction of being one of the earliest recorded
hereditary names. This book, The O'Shaughnessys, is a companion book to The Hynes of Ireland so ideally it should be read shortly after
the other because the two families share their earliest ancestors and history. Where most of the narrative of The Hynes of Ireland
centres on the seaside town of Kinvara, on the edge of Galway Bay, Ireland, The O'Shaughnessys centres on the market town of Gort, a few
miles inland. email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Creative Writing Workshops, Fiction & Memoir Writing for Adults, Students and Young People by Irene Graham. See
www.TheCreativeWritersWorkshop.com for more.
The Western Writers' Centre, (www.twwc.ie) Galway - Ionad Scribhneoiri Chaitlín Maud
34, Nuns Island, Galway. 091.533594 email@example.com
A History of Aughinish
By Rose Glynn. Rose can be contacted at +353 65 7078971, email firstname.lastname@example.org or by post,
Aughinish, New Quay, Co. Clare.
Vistek - Photography by Ger Ryan
Kinvara Writers' Group Anthology of Poetry
Available in Kinvara shops. Click Here to visit Kinvara Writers Group Website
Roger Phillimore's new collection of poems
Available in Kinvara shops
Kinvara-A Seaport Town on Galway Bay
This wonderful book offers one both photographic and textual history on Kinvara. Available in
local shops or from Tir Eolas Publications.
Map of Kinvara
Great map with huge details, for finding your way around and exploring Kinvara and surrounding
area. Produced by Tir Eolas Publications
Book of the Burren
Produced by Tir Eolas Publications, this book
offers one a fantastic insight to The Burren.
Map of the Burren
Produced by Tir Eolas Publications, the map of the Burren is a natural companion to the
Book of the Burren
Tracht - December 1999
This local magazine covers stories, events features etc. concerning Kinvara and its people. Back
issues are available from Kinvara Community Council.
Kinvara, District Services Directory 1998
Punlished in October 1998, the directory details all names, addresses and phone numbers for
individuals, businesses and services in Kinvara.
A Word in Your Ear
A lovely book about Kinvara Folklore, written and compiled by Caoilte Breatnach. Caoilte can be contacted at
Come Here I Want You
Also written by Caoilte Breatnach, this book details the
life, times and stories of the late, Pat Keane
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