The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2024 is set to take place on April 21-22, 2024, at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. This literary event will feature a wide array of works inspired by various literary traditions from around the world. Among the exhibitors is Norbert G Gomes, who will showcase his collection of poems titled “Ireland’s Unparalleled Essence: Volume 1” at the festival.

Gomes, known for his background in radio broadcasting and his passion for orchid breeding and music, will be hosting a book-signing session on April 20, 2024, from 11:45 AM to 12:45 PM at booth #225, which is being hosted by ReadersMagnet, a self-publishing and book marketing company.

The first volume of Gomes’ “Ireland’s Unparalleled Essence” series will be the highlight of his exhibit and book-signing session at the festival. The collection invites readers on a poetic journey through the lush landscapes, ancient echoes, and vibrant history of Ireland from its early settlers to the present day.

Through his poems, Gomes showcases the diversity of Ireland, from its natural beauty and geography to its mythology, poetic traditions, and music. This collection is a treasure trove for those seeking literary inspiration from Irish culture.

For those interested in obtaining a signed copy of “Ireland’s Unparalleled Essence: Volume I,” they can visit the ReadersMagnet exhibit at the L.A. Times Festival of Books 2024 on April 20, 2024, from 11:45 AM to 12:45 PM. The book is also available for purchase on platforms like Amazon and Barnes & Noble. More information about Gomes and his work on Irish culture can be found on his website.

“Ireland’s Unparalleled Essence: Volume I”
Author: Norbert G Gomes
Published date: December 1, 2023
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Culture

Norbert G Gomes has had a successful career in radio broadcasting and is known for his innovative spirit in orchid breeding. His dedication to his craft and his passion for music are evident in his writing, making his collection a unique and rich exploration of Irish culture.

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