Brendan Harding Freelance Travel Writer/Broadcaster
Brendan Harding, a native of Carlow town in the Republic of Ireland, is an award winning writer of both travel-related fact and fiction.
The many themes he has covered over the yerars are: stories related to five years spent in the ex-Soviet Union, Croatia, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe and most recently as a chronicler of voluntary works conducted by a team of opticians in the semi-arid lands of Eastern Kenya’s Ukambani region. and Russian states; his extensive travels through
Currently he is working on a novel based in East Africa. His work has been serialised in newspaper and online. His work on East Africa has been published in the book 'The Quiet Quarter - 10 Years of Great Irish Writing'.
He writes a weekly travel column ‘Small World’ in the Carlow Nationalist and is a winner of the Simomseeks ‘Travel Writers of the Year’ award.
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