Press Release - Oct 22, 2015 15:36 EDT

Author John A. Brennan's Psalms of a Traveling Man

Author John A. Brennan has just penned his latest poetry collection entitled "The Journey: A Nomad Reflects." The collection consists of more than 30 poems and includes tributes to such luminaries as Yeats, Patrick Pearse, John F. Kennedy, and Ireland's Bobby Sands.

New York, NY, October 22, 2015 (Newswire) – "The Journey: A Nomad Reflects," represents Brennan’s second book, and like last year’s Next Generation Indie Book Award Winner,“Don’t Die with Regrets,” it reflects a spiritual sojourn that begins with homage to the author’s Irish roots. However, while ancient Ireland sets the stage for Brennan’s combination of narrative and poetic wanderings, such ancient and mystical locales as Chaco Canyon, Egypt’s Rameses Temple, Nubia and the Mayan ruins also become part of the reader’s itinerary.

“Through his narration and poetry readers will be shepherded by John on an amazing journey that explores the intersection of the mind, the heart, and our place in the universe.”

Sharon Cash, Escribe Publishing Inc. Spokesperson.

About the Author

John Anthony Brennan is a native of Crossmaglen, a small tough town in County Armagh, Ireland. A town like Ireland herself, which has survived through the centuries despite the suffering caused by the invader's harsh heel. He left his beloved, sacred green isle many moons ago to see the world and has been island hopping ever since.

He once lived on another island called Manhattan, which he calls 'the largest open-air lunatic asylum' on the planet. He finally escaped to the sanctuary of the Long Island just in time to save his sanity, or so he thought. John has traveled all over the world. He believes a common thread connects us all, in ways we could never imagine.

In "The Journey: A Nomad Reflects" From Ancient Ireland to the majesty of the Egyptian pyramids author and poet John A. Brennan tells his life's journey in a series of melodic rhapsodies. He is a quintessential traveler, philosopher, and composer of rhythmic narrative.

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Comment by That's Just How It Was on October 23, 2015 at 6:10am

I am in awe of being a Wild Geese Friend ; in the company of one who is so esteemed. And he is Irish to boot..  

Comment by John Anthony Brennan on October 23, 2015 at 8:11am

And the same right back to you too.

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Comment by That's Just How It Was on October 24, 2015 at 10:46am

Oh John Anthony Brennan ; we are Irish to the very core !

Comment by John Anthony Brennan on October 24, 2015 at 10:51am

...............and beyond......!!!


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