The Irish Outlander

The Irish are renowned for travelling the world, but where is home while they're abroad? In mixing his own story with those of other emigrants, Scott De Buitléir finds out what 'home' means to a people, for whom emigration is part of the national psyche. The Irish Outlander is a love song to Ireland from afar, and a reminder to those abroad that they have not been forgotten at home. More

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About Scott De Buitléir

Scott De Buitléir is an author and poet from Dublin, Ireland. Born in London to Irish parents, Scott developed a passion for both writing and languages from an early age, and graduated from University College Dublin having studied Celtic languages. His solo literary début was in 2017 with the release of his bilingual poetry collection, Fás | Growth, and he has since published two works of non-fiction; The Irish Outlander, and Yesterdates. His first novella, Forgiving Jake, was released in April 2020. Scott lives with his partner in Cork in the southwest of Ireland. He loves to travel, and speaks Irish, Danish, and French.

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