Mary Cummins's "About Women" column in the "The Irish Times" first appeared in September 1993. The column has surprised, provoked, delighted and infuriated readers, and stimulated discussion of many aspects of Irish life. Mary has no hesitation in taking on Church, state, politicians or any other structures that need to be reformed in a society created largely by and for men. The divorce referendum, the value of nurses, Princess Di, Nora Bennis and Finola Bruton, as well as the Pope and President Robinson, are topics that come under her scrutiny.
Used availability for Mary Cummins's The Best of About Women
October 1996 : UK Paperback