Art & Memory with Una Morris

Art & Memory with Una Morris

Una Morris chats with us on this ink & peat episode about how the pursuit of art has shaped her life, both as a creative outlet and as a vehicle or an opportunity to extract meaning from memory ~ real or imagined. While it can be said that art speaks for itself,...
The Rune Woman ~ A Conversation with Ingrid Kincaid

The Rune Woman ~ A Conversation with Ingrid Kincaid

Our chat on this episode of ink & peat is with Ingrid Kincaid, “The Rune Woman” ~ a writer, teacher, wise counselor who lives fully and freely, following ancient wisdom as offered through the reading of runes. Ingrid is the author of two books on the ancient...
It’s All Write!

It’s All Write!

To attempt writing anything more than a grocery list ~ especially your memoir ~ can feel daunting. Where to start? What to write? How to write it? How to overcome the resistance that holds your creative impulses captive? We created Memoir Tours with you in mind. We...
Insights from a Ghostwriter ~ A Conversation with Erin Donley

Insights from a Ghostwriter ~ A Conversation with Erin Donley

Erin Donley talks about how her ghostwriting career evolved through years of reviewing books, how she loves the collaborative book writing process, and how memoir can be viewed as a legacy. Erin is the author of Don’t Tell Me to Calm Down — Face Your Power and...
Queen of Hearth & Home ~ Liz Keane

Queen of Hearth & Home ~ Liz Keane

We searched high and low throughout the West of Ireland to find a home for Memoir Tours. When we met Liz Keane we knew we’d found it. The owner/manager of The Old Deanery Holiday Cottages in Killala, County Mayo, Liz welcomes her guests with fires blazing on the...
A Session with Andrew Gillespie

A Session with Andrew Gillespie

In this episode of ink & peat ~ which we refer to as a session for reasons that will become clear ~ we have a chat with Andrew Gillespie, box player, singer, folk music advocate, consummate musician, and generous soul. Andrew is a leading figure in the Killala Bay...