John Anthony Brennan
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'Out of the Ice: Ireland Then and Now'

Irish author and poet John Anthony Brennan has previously written a book of poetry and a philosophical memoir; but his latest production,…See More
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John Anthony Brennan commented on John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Bonfires of Beltaine (May Eve)
"Thanks for the kind words Pat. I'm glad the books brought a smile, as they were intended to. We Irish have a deep history and my latest book, "Out of the Ice: Ireland Then and Now" conveys a little more of the lesser known, but…"
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Patrick Francis Deady commented on John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Bonfires of Beltaine (May Eve)
"Hi John, Loved both of your books.  The History spoke for itself and I learned plenty.  There were peals of laughter with the book about you and your Father.  Biting the tongue is not known in this family.....that's what…"
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John Anthony Brennan's blog post was featured

The Bonfires of Beltaine (May Eve)

On the Hill of Uisneach, in a portion of land taken from the province of Connaught, a fortress was erected by High King Tuathal Teachthmar. Uisneach, believed to…See More
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The Bonfires of Beltaine (May Eve)

On the Hill of Uisneach, in a portion of land taken from the province of Connaught, a fortress was erected by High King Tuathal Teachthmar. Uisneach, believed to…See More
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Festival of Imbolc and the Two Brigids

Back in the mists of time, long before the Milesians arrived from Egypt, and even longer before the Celtic tribes came and settled, another ancient tribe inhabited the island of Ireland. The ‘Tuatha De Dannan,’ translated as ‘people of the Goddess Danu,’ were a supernatural race who came to Ireland with the intention of removing…See More
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Slaughter in South Armagh

The period between November 1974 and January 1976 was a particularly dark and frightening time around South Armagh. I remember vividly the fear and shock being felt around the area at that time and when McArdles Bar in Crossmaglen was bombed in Nov. 74, leaving one dead and several seriously injured, there was a real threat…See More
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Festival of Imbolc and the Two Brigids

Back in the mists of time, long before the Milesians arrived from Egypt, and even longer before the Celtic tribes came and settled, another ancient tribe inhabited the island of Ireland. The ‘Tuatha De Dannan,’ translated as ‘people of the Goddess Danu,’ were a supernatural race who came to Ireland with the intention of removing…See More
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'Out of the Ice: Ireland Then and Now'

Posted on May 8, 2018 at 11:30am 3 Comments

Irish author and poet John Anthony Brennan has previously written a…

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The Bonfires of Beltaine (May Eve)

Posted on May 1, 2018 at 9:00am 2 Comments

On the Hill of Uisneach, in a portion of land taken from the province of Connaught, a…

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The Poet

Posted on April 1, 2018 at 5:00pm 12 Comments



On this day, April 24, 1916 one of the most important events in the long history of Ireland took place. This is a personal tribute to a handful of dreamers, the brave men and women of Ireland, the poet and the grocer, the tobacconist and the piper, the…

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Slaughter in South Armagh

Posted on February 2, 2018 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

The period between November 1974 and January 1976 was a particularly dark and frightening time around South Armagh. I remember vividly the fear and shock being felt around the area at that time and when McArdles Bar in Crossmaglen was bombed in Nov. 74, leaving one dead and several seriously injured,…

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Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 10:20am on October 2, 2014, Seathrun said…

Hi John. Just out of the cot and heading out to work. Am a bit further North than you (NH) and the leaves are turning.

Regards

Seathrun

At 7:20pm on September 10, 2015,
Founding Member
John M. Walsh
said…

John, 

My world is enriched by having you as a Wild Geese friend.  Thanks for the invitation.

John Walsh

At 7:45pm on September 10, 2015, John Anthony Brennan said…

You are too kind John......See you soon.

At 2:53pm on October 17, 2016, ed o'toole said…

Even with having two male names it is hard to believe he is not a middle-aged woman with excess wrinkles.

I could not read his stuff, as it too hard to take him/her/it seriously.

At 9:09pm on October 17, 2016, John Anthony Brennan said…

Could you clarify whom you are addressing ed o'toole? Your comment is a bit vague 

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