University Rd, Belfast BT7 1NN, UK
Queen's University Belfast where Soinbhe Lally received a Bachelor of Arts degree.
(It is the wind from the east that blows you now. That was...)
It is the wind from the east that blows you now. That was a hungry wind and it has done its worst with you. Soon the wind from the north will blow and that will be a bitter wind. When the wind blows from the west it will carry you across the water. Last of all will be the wind from the south which will bring you happiness and friends you never thought to see again. When famine sweeps the land Marya and Breege discover that their lives are changed forever. Turned out of their homes by a greedy landlord, they have nowhere to go.
(After they befriend two unusual, philosophical drones, wo...)
After they befriend two unusual, philosophical drones, worker bees Thora and Belle begin to look at their surroundings, their purpose, and even their future in a new and different way.
Soinbhe Lally studied at Queen's University Belfast where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1966.
Soinbhe Lally started her career as a teacher at Western Ireland Department of Education in 1967. She held this post until 1970. In 1973 she took up a post of a teacher at Donegal Vocational Educational Committee and left it in 1998. Soinbhe Lally published her first book, Song of the River, in 1995. Her next book was published in 1997. Lally made her American debut with the publication of A Hive for the Honeybee (1999). One of her latest books was published in 2000.
Soinbhe Lally is a member of Codmore Community Group.
Soinbhe Lally married Patsy Lally in 1969. The marriage produced four children.