In The Ould Ago has won the Judges Special Award in the International Rubery Book Awards “An astonishingly detailed study of old Irish folklore, clearly a labour of love that must have taken many years to complete. It is a beautifully presented coffee-table book with an array of fascinating details and meticulous, hand-drawn illustrations. It is a unique look at the history of everyday rural life, a world that needs to be captured before it vanishes completely from our memories”. In The Ould Ago gets an Honorable Mention in the History section of the San Francisco Book Festivals Awards.


Article in IrishEmigrant.com about Johnny


Johnny tells the stor of the Big Farmer and the Wee Farmer




- It's a beautiful work and full of amazing references that bring back memories from childhood visiting my relations in Irvinestown, Lisnaskea and Enniskillen. My only regret is that my mother was not alive to see it as she would have had loads of tales to tell, no doubt, as she turned the pages. It's a gift I will treasure and I will undoubtedly go on line and buy a few more for the extended family as gifts. Paul Brady


- I am honoured to have received such a wonderful record of life as it once was, much of it in my own living memory. I have only dipped into it and I
look forward to spending more time in it over the coming weeks. This is a very special publication. It is wonderful that your Dad's is receiving such richly deserved recognition. It gives such a unique and priceless view of a world that has disappeared in our lifetime...contains valuable information that will be essential for what may lie ahead.....
Sincerely Yours....Christy Moore


 
NewsTalk Interview with Patrick Geoghegan of Talking History aired on 6th of December 2010 



In The Ould Ago is selected to be displayed in top North American university libraries including Harvard, Notre Dame, Library of Congress in Washington, UCLA, The Burns Library in Boston College, Boston College, Universities of Delaware, Emory, Long Island, Kenyon College, Marquette and New York Public Libraries.

        
     



Impartial Reporter - 14th December 2010 "Funeral was celebration of Johnny McKeagney's life in Tempo community"


 Nationwide program on Johnny aired 6th of December 2010

 

 

     



Anglo Celt - 1st December 2010 "In The Ould Ago strikes cord with Celt readers"

Letter from President McAleese to Johnny




Fermanagh Herald - 27th October 2010 "Forty Years A Growin..."



Anglo Celt - 20th October 2010 "New book preserves folklore for our future generations"




Impartial Reporter - 15th October 2010 "Author dedicates folklore book to wife of 45 years"



Video of book launches in Tempo & Enniskillen Museum 22nd & 24th of October 2010



Fermanagh.tv Video on Johnny talking about Tempo

 


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