I think everyone in Ireland is familiar with Ireland's Own, an institution of a publication from Wexford. There is something nostalgic and sweet in its familiar comic-soft pages and retro covers. It's a homely magazine of history, folklore and features on everything from country singers to holy wells. Its tagline is 'The week wouldn't be the same without it!'.
Miss Emily being reviewed there earlier this month was a thrill - it definitely beats being featured in the RTÉ Guide. Big thanks to Dan Conway for a fantastic review and to my brother Ronan (and his auntie-in-law) for bringing it to my attention.
Click on the image and zoom in to read the review. It's a goodie.