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 Over the weekend of November 6 & 7, Irish authors from around the US and Ireland gathered at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, to participate in their contribution to the arts. During that weekend, Irish News moderator, Katelyn Mitchell, sat down and interviewed some authors for this web site.

 In this audio interview, John O'Brien, Jr., editor for the Irish American News Ohio and author of Festival Legends: Songs and Stories, talks about growing up on the festival circuit and revels some of his favorite tidbits about some of today's best Irish performers. 

 Over the weekend of November 6 & 7, Irish authors from around the US and Ireland gathered at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, to participate in their contribution to the arts. During that weekend, Irish News moderator, Katelyn Mitchell, sat down and interviewed some authors for this web site.

 In this audio interview, Irish author John Toomey opens up about writing his first novel as well as his writing process toward his newest book. 

 Over the weekend of November 6 & 7, Irish authors from around the US and Ireland gathered at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, to participate in their contribution to the arts. During that weekend, Irish News moderator, Katelyn Mitchell, sat down and interviewed some authors for this web site.

 In this audio interview, hear the Irish Book Club.com's own blogger Sandra McCone talk about the creation and myths that surround her three little lasses and laddie. 

 Over the weekend of November 6 & 7, Irish authors from around the US and Ireland gathered at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, to participate in their contribution to the arts. During that weekend, Irish News moderator, Katelyn Mitchell, sat down and interviewed some authors for this web site.

 

In this audio interview, Jay Tunney, author of The Prizefighter and the Playwright opens up about his father's relationship with legendary playwright Bernard Shaw.

 Over the weekend of November 6 & 7, Irish authors from around the US and Ireland gathered at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, to participate in their contribution to the arts. During that weekend, Irish News moderator, Katelyn Mitchell, sat down and interviewed some authors for this web site.

In this audio interview, Irish fiction author Patricia Falvey opens up about her first book The Yellow House, as well as her books to come!

 Over the weekend of November 6 & 7, Irish authors from around the US and Ireland gathered at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, to participate in their contribution to the arts. During that weekend, Irish News moderator, Katelyn Mitchell, sat down and interviewed some authors for this web site.

 

The first audio interview was Kevin O'Hara, a memoir writer from Massachusetts. Kevin opens up about his books and life growing up Irish.