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. From crisp sandwiches to the smell of the Atlantic Ocean, The Irish Outlander is a love song to Ireland from afar, and a reminder to those abroad that they've not been forgotten.
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About the Author
Scott De Buitléir is a writer and poet from Dublin, writing in both Irish and English since his teens. He studied Celtic language at University College Dublin, and has worked as a radio broadcaster, journalist, columnist, and magazine editor. Throughout his career, he has lived in Belfast and Nottingham, and now lives in Cork city with his partner.