In Kiltumper: A celebration of a serene haven under constant threat

Niall Williams and Christine Breen’s beguiling tale of the garden they constructed in their Co Clare cottage is clouded by personal setbacks and the looming spectre of a nearby wind farm

22nd August, 2021
In Kiltumper: A celebration of a serene haven under constant threat
Niall Williams has authored ten successful novels before co-writing this memoir. Picture: John Kelly


In Kiltumper: A Year in an Irish Garden

By Niall Williams and Christine Breen

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