Welcome to the website of Conor Power, award-winning journalist and author based in the South-west corner of Ireland.
He writes regularly for a number of national newspapers on a variety of different topics, mostly concentrating on travel, property and the arts, as well as appearing on radio and television. Various samples of Conor’s journalistic work can be seen by clicking here.
He is also editor and founder of Ireland’s only publication specialising in all things French – Tootlafrance. It’s “total France” for an Irish audience and it is the perfect site full of quality articles for anyone remotely interested in this fascinating and wonderful country that’s almost right on our doorstep.
Conor is also an experienced ghostwriter. All projects are dealt with in confidence. To find out more, request sample work or any queries on having your book project brought to fruition, please contact Conor using the details below.
He is also the author of a book on his late father – former Waterford hurling goalkeeper and skills coach Ned Power. The book is entitled “My Father: A Hurling Revolutionary”. For Further details on this, click here.
Amongst Conor’s new fiction projects, he is writing one in French for which he was awarded a 2-month residency at the Villa Fontaine in Antibes, France in 2019. He is also writing the first ever work of fiction to be set during the era of professional hurling in Ireland. The book is due to be launched in the summer of 2020 through online crowdfunding. Keep an eye on this page for further details…
Conor Power, Ardogeena, Durrus, Co. Cork.
Telephone: (027) 62806
Mobil: (086) 058 5566