Our Irish writers Showcase podcast has reached Episode No. 23 already and we continue to increase our number of visitors from all over the world including our beloved Ireland.  We now have more unique visitors so far in 2012 than we did in in all of 2010 and we are very grateful to you all for that, we also appreciate those of you following us on Twitter (where was are listed as podcastsdotie) and those of you who have taken the trouble to like us on Facebook.   On this months showcase we feature a short story from our collaboration with www.wordlegs.ie as Eamon Mc Guinness reads his piece ‘Things we find on The Ground (For Frank)’.  May Moran reads from her book ‘Executed for Ireland: The Patrick Moran Story’ and Terry Mc Donagh reads ‘The Last Bard’  Our music comes from Carmel Gunning with ‘The Geevagh Jig’ and Mick Hanly sings ‘ You’re A Big Girl Now’  So there is plenty to enjoy for you and we hope you continue to support our efforts to highlight the work of Irish writers. We love to hear from you, to find out a little about our visitors, where you are and how you found us and we hope you will keep helping us to spread the word about Podcasts.ie   Terry Mc Donagh will be in Melbourne Australia until May 25th 2012 Working with students at Caulfield Grammar and Wheelers Hill and will include a reading at Uni of Melbourne (Newman College) at 6pm on May 15th.

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