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Damian Lawlor

Damian Lawlor, from Kilruane in County Tipperary, is an award-winning journalist and Gaelic Games Correspondent for the Sunday Independent newspaper. He is a presenter with Setanta Sports and also presented Take Your Point on RTE Radio One for two years. Fields Of Fire: The Inside Story Of Hurling's Great Renaissance is his fourth book, following the bestselling I Crossed the Line – the Liam Dunne Story; 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; and All In My Head, Lar Corbett's autobiography, which was shortlisted at the Irish Book Awards in 2012.

Donal Lenihan

Donal Lenihan was born in Cork on 12 September 1959 and educated at Christian Brothers School and UCC, leading rugby teams at all age levels, including Ireland schools, and winning multiple honours. A loyal servant of Cork Constitution and Munster, Lenihan won the first of his 52 senior Ireland caps against Australia in November 1981, at the age of 22, and played in eleven Five Nations championships and two World Cups, captaining his country 17 times, before playing his final Test match against Wales in January 1992. He went on to manage both Ireland and the British & Irish Lions and is now a much-respected commentator and analyst of the game for RTE and columnist with the Irish Examiner.

Martha Long

Martha Long was born in Dublin in the early 1950s and still lives there today. She has written seven critically acclaimed volumes of autobiography, including the bestselling Ma, He Sold Me for a Few Cigarettes. Run, Lily, Run is her fiction debut.

Jim Lucey

Professor Jim Lucey is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Trinity College, University of Dublin, and Medical Director at St Patrick’s University Hospital, Dublin. He has written numerous articles on the subject of mental health, having spent over thirty years working with individuals experiencing problems such as depression, anxiety, addiction, psychosis and suicidality. He is the author of two previous books, Understanding Psychiatry and the Irish Times bestseller In My Room. Jim lectures and conducts talks and seminars throughout Ireland, the UK and Europe and appears regularly on Irish radio and television to discuss issues of the mind and mental wellbeing. He lives in Dublin with his wife and family.

Liz Lyons

Liz Lyons is a graduate in English and History of Trinity College, Dublin. After graduation she spent ten years working in the Irish book trade as a bookshop manager. Barefoot Over Stones is her first novel. Born in Cork in 1970, she lives in Co. Meath with her husband, son and two daughters.

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