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My upcoming book ‘1348: A Medieval Apocalypse, The Black Death in Ireland’ is currently being printed and will be out soon. Find out how you can get your hands on a copy and bring the plague to a town near you!‘1348: A Medieval Apocalypse’ resurrects one of the most interesting chapters in Irish history between 1315 and 1360. During this period some of the worst wars, famine and of course the plague itself devastated Ireland. The world as people knew it would never be the same again. I explain more in this short clip.

1348: A Medieval Apocalypse

While the manuscript is currently in the printers, hardcopies will be available in May.

Bring the plague to your hometown!

Cover1Throughout the summer I will be touring across the country (and hopefully a few places further afield). This tour will consist of talks on what is an incredible period in our history, where signed copies of the book will be available.

If you want to add a date for your local literary, archaeological, historical etc. group or local festival get in touch now at history@irishhistorypodcast.ie

 

 

The confirmed locations so far are:

May 14 Cobh Reader and Writers Festival.

May 18 Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society.

May 21 Dublin (Launch)

T.B.C. Kilkenny (Launch)

T.B.C. Cork

Fin Dwyer is a historian, podcaster and blogger. His acclaimed first book ‘Witches, Spies and Stockholm Syndrome, Life in Medieval Ireland’ was released in 2013. He works as a tour guide and independent researcher. He is a frequent contributor to RTE’s The History Show and is the creator of the series ‘The Other 1916’.

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