‘Lights on the Horizon’ is a unique collection, written by 13 writers north and south of the Irish border during lockdown.
Author and playwright Andrew William Tinney’s vision was to create a literary time-capsule of stories and poetry, with all proceeds going to frontline workers.
When actor Jeremy Irons wrote a few lines in support of this collection, West-Cork-based publisher Niamh Cooper worked with Andrew to create a premium edition of the book, with photography from all around Ireland.
‘Lights on the Horizon’ is a limited edition all-Irish literary time-capsule for that hard-to-buy-for uncle or brother. It is a gift which is a little bit different – and it is the perfect present for that hero in your life.
‘Lights on the Horizon’ retails at €24.95 + P&P (roughly $30.30 + P&P).
- A4 landscape
- full colour
- coffee table book
- 80 pages
- excellent paper quality (130 gsm)
This book was professionally produced by a team of publishing professionals who wanted to give something back, and raise money for frontline workers, who have worked so tirelessly during this pandemic.