Endorsements

Mike is a special man with a passion for history. Many writers have spent thousands of words to accomplish what he has done so admirably in A Long Voyage Home.
– Morgan Llywelyn, author of Lion of Ireland, Bard, & 5-part history of Ireland

Mike discusses each subject with precision & eloquence.
– Tom Gallagher, author of Paddy’s Lament

This modest man is a veritable treasure-trove of the Irish arcane. He also makes the forgotten art of listening an absolute delight.
– Turlough Faolain, author of Blood on the Harp

In years gone by, the Bards of Ireland were looked to for the names and deeds of our heroes. Today we look to Mike McCormack.
– Mike Carroll, poet, singer & songwriter, Ballybofey, Co. Donegal

The ROAD TO REBELLION is a concise, informative and well-constructed account of the events leading up to and including the Easter Rising. It is the type of book every Irish family shouldhave as an easy reference guide to this imporatant period i our history. Well done!
– Pearse Lawlor, author of The Outrages, The Burnings and Lisburn

Truth, like cream, will rise to the top. Here, in Reasons for Learning, you have both the truth and the cream. For this we owe a debt to Mike McCormack for a badly-needed job, well done.
– Tommy Makem, singer, songwriter, historian

Mike is one of our foremost and most conscientious historians
– Noel Kingston, Irish recording artist, radio host

Mike’s telling of Danny Boy in Musical Echoes of Irish History is the way it was meant to be told. You cannot sing Danny Boy without that third verse
– Joe Cahill, Irish Patriot and Sinn Fein leader

Mike ought to combine the booklets in one volume, then they will be there for posterity. I think it is important to preserve his great writing.
– Harolyn Enis, author of When Ireland Fell Silent

There is little to know about Irish History that Mike does not know and he has the true Bardic gift of passing on his knowledge.  His work is as entertaining as it is scholarly.

– Morgan Llywelyn, author of Grannia, Finn McCool & Only the Stones Survive