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Just Joe: My Autobiography
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Anne Chambers

Anne Chambers is the acclaimed author of the bestselling Granuaile: Grace O’Malley - Ireland's Pirate Queen, as well as biographies of Eleanor Countess of Desmond, Margaret Burke Sheridan, Lord Mayo and Prince Ranjitsinhji. From an earlier career in the Central Bank, Anne has enjoyed a close friendship with T.K. Whitaker and was given unrestricted access to his papers in her research for this biography.

Marita Conlon-McKenna

Marita Conlon-McKenna is one of Ireland's favourite authors. Her books include the award-winning Under the Hawthorn Tree which is set during Ireland’s great famine. Widely translated and published, it is now considered an Irish classic. Her other books include bestseller The Magdalen. She is a winner of the International Reading Association Award, USA and a former chair person of Irish PEN. Marita lives in Dublin with her husband and family.

Shane Connaughton

Shane Connaughton is an acclaimed novelist, screenwriter and actor. His screenplay for My Left Foot was shortlisted for an Academy Award; the film won two acting Oscars. His short film, The Dollar Bottom (1980) won an Academy Award for Best Short Film. His published fiction includes A Border Station, which was a bestseller and was shortlisted for the Guinness Peat Aviation Book Award in 1989, and the novel The Run of the Country, for which he also adapted the screenplay. Married Quarters is a sequel to A Border Station.Originally from Cavan, Shane was brought up in a rural Garda Station on the Fermanagh border. He is married with two grown-up children.

Lar Corbett

Lar Corbett, from the Thurles Sarsfields club, is renowned as one of the most exciting forwards the game of hurling has seen. A three-time All-Star and former Hurler of the Year, he has won two All-Ireland senior medals with Tipperary and will be for ever remembered for his three-goal haul in the 2010 All-Ireland final. Since his intercounty debut in 2001, Corbett has established himself as one of the game’s greatest exponents. Damian Lawlor, from Kilruane in County Tipperary, is an award-winning journalist and GAA Correspondent for the Sunday Independent. He also presented Take Your Point on RTE Radio One for two years. This, his third book, follows the bestselling I Crossed the Line – the Liam Dunne Story and Working On a Dream – a Year on the Road with the Waterford Footballers, which was runner-up in the 2009 William Hill Sports Book awards.

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