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♪ A Trip Down Memory Lane - Darling Magazine, September 2022

Review by Oliver P. Rafferty in the Journal of the Australian Catholic Historical Society - February, 2022
Irish Support Agency NSW Book Club. - Irish Support Agency Book Club, August 25, 2021
Cello Museum Book Club. Online discussion with Leora O'Carroll on March 28th, 2021 at 2pm PST - The Cello Museum, March 28, 2021
From Sidesaddle to the Symphony: Cellist Maureen O’Carroll - The Cello Museum, October 14, 2020
The patriotic cellist who refused to play Rule, Britannia! - The Irish Times, August 11, 2020
Selected for IrishCentral's Ultimate Irish Reading List - IrishCentral, December 1, 2019
♪ IrishCentral's Book of the Month: Memoir of Irish Australian cellist who refused to play Rule Britannia is Book of the Month - IrishCentral, December 1, 2019
♪ Maureen O'Carroll named one of the Top 100 Irish Australians of All Time by the Irish Echo, July 2019.

Leora O'Carroll to Speak at Marina Del Rey Library - LA County Library, May 18, 2019
New memoir celebrates the life of Irish Australian cellist - Irish Echo, April 10, 2019
Story of music and irrepressible Irish immigrant family - The Jamaica Gleaner, March 31, 2019
Writer Leora O’Carroll on penning a memoir with her mother Sydney Symphony Orchestra cellist Maureen O’Carroll - The Daily Telegraph, March 14, 2019
♪ From Sydney's Inner West Courier, March 12, 2019

Maureen O'Carroll Memoir selected as St. Patrick's Day pick - The Boulevard Sentinel, March 2, 2019
♪ Ranked #10 on Amazon “Hot New Releases” list:

Maureen O'Carroll

♪ Maureen O'Carroll named one of the top 100 Irish Australians by Irish Echo Australia, June 2014
Whizzes of Oz: Irish success stories in Australia - The Irish Times
Gifted cellist was also a rebel - The Sydney Morning Herald

May Gahan O'Carroll - 1916 Rising

May Gahan on 1916 Honor Roll - National Museum of Ireland
No Ordinary Women: Irish Female Activists in the Revolutionary Years 1900 - 1923 by Sinead McCoole, Margaret Ward
Guns and Chiffon by Sinead McCoole
Every Dark Hour: A History of Kilmainham Jail by Niamh O'Sullivan
1916 The Rising Handbook by Lorcan Collins