Eithne Farry

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Eithne Farry is British book reviewer and the former literary editor of ELLE, she is the author of "Yeah, I Made it Myself"[1] subtitled "DIY fashion for the not very domestic goddess". She has had a career which has taken in everything from being a backing singer with indie band Talulah Gosh to being a freelance reviewer, writer, literary editor and radio personality.

Eithne Farry has had a patchwork-quilt career. A former backing-singer (and tambourinist) with indie band Talulah Gosh, she is now a freelance reviewer, writer, literary editor and radio personality, who makes most of her own clothes (or at the very least, customises those she buys ready-made in shops).

She is a literary critic for Daily Mail [2] and Marie Claire.[3]

Works[edit]

  • Yeah, I Made it Myself: DIY Fashion for the Not Very Domestic Goddess. (2006), W&N. ISBN 0-297-85117-9.
  • Lovely Things to Make for Girls of Slender Means. (2010), W&N. ISBN 0-297-85954-4.
  • Co-author of the Encyclopedia of Singles with Philip Dodd, Michael Heatley and Martin Noble; Paul Du Noyer as the General Editor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rule, Vera (21 May 2006). "Yeah! I Made it Myself by Eithne Farry". The Independent. London. Retrieved 25 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "Eithne Farry". London: Daily Mail. 
  3. ^ "Book review by Eithne Farry". Marie Claire. Archived from the original on 2012-03-18. 

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