"THE RIGHT BOOK AT THE RIGHT TIME"
Belfast Literary Society
The Belfast Literary Society was founded in 1801 with the object of securing 'an evening in every month for literary conversation' based on a paper presented by a member of the Society, with the hope that such discussion would be 'suited to every class of intelligent men'. The Society continues to this day. Membership is by invitation.
A FINE GENTLEMAN'S RESIDENCE AND SOME LADIES
Captain Watson and the Nelson Arch: The first monument erected anywhere in the world to the victor of Trafalgar.
OUT OF PRINT AND AMBUSHED BY ADVERBS.
"Possibly the Greatest Prose Book in the English Tongue"
Paper read to the Belfast Literary Society, October 6th, 2008.
'THE MEMBER FOR LISBURN - FRENCH, NOT ENGLISH'
(Paper to the Belfast Literary Society)
'CICELY HAMILTON'S TWENTIETH CENTURY'
Daffodil Days - The Diary of a Lady