New Design! Maeve Brennan Greeting Card

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*New Maeve Brennan Greeting Card available from 23 April 2024*

This graphic Maeve Brennan Greeting Card by At it Again! features an iconic image of Maeve Brennan with her pen-name which she used while writing the column “The Talk of the Town” for The New Yorker. A great literary card for book lovers and a keepsake of Irish culture for birthdays or other special occasions. Made in Ireland.

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This graphic Maeve Brennan Greeting Card by At it Again! features an iconic image of Maeve Brennan with her pen-name which she used while writing the column "The Talk of the Town" for The New Yorker.

Maeve Brennan 1917-1993

Born in Dublin, Maeve moved to the US when her father was appointed as first Irish ambassador. First to Washington and then to New York. Known mainly for her work as a writer for Harper’s Bazaar and her column ‘The Talk of the Town’ in the New Yorker under the pen name ‘The Long-Winded Lady’, she gained posthumous success with the publication of The Springs of Affection: Stories of Dublin (1998) and The Visitor (2000). Created and printed in Dublin, Ireland, with the support of UNESCO Dublin City of Literature, it is a perfect print for lovers of books and Irish culture.

Maeve Brennan Greeting Card

Irish Women Writers Collection
  • Blank A6 card with eco-kraft envelope.
  • Created and printed in Dublin, Ireland, using sustainable material.
  • All packaging is biodegradable.
  • Also available as part of the Irish Women Writers Card Set.
You can find more Irish Women Writers gifts here. UNESCO Dublin City of Literature

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