Books Ireland Subscriptions (Print and Digital)

Print subscription (with complimentary digital access):

One-year print subscription – 6 issues

Two-year print subscription

Please note, that due to an increase in An Post postage rates, we will regrettably be increasing the cost of an annual print subscription effective April 13th 2017.

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Digital only:

exactEditions-bFor the technological book worm, we also have digital subscriptions. Subscribe during the month of September to avail of 10% discount. Promo code: SEPTEMBER10

Celebrating 41 years of publication, Books Ireland is now available on mobile app and packed with more reviews, features and Irish book news than ever before.

Head to Exact Editions digital newsstand one-year digital subscription €20



Have you read our sister magazines also by Wordwell:

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Contact the office + 353 1 2933 568 / for a 10% discount on a combined subscription with our sister publications History Ireland and Archaeology Ireland.


October Book Competition

The Well of Ice

by Andrea Carter

An Inishowen Mystery

for a chance to win:

The Well of Ice by Andrea Carter
ISBN: 978-1-4721-2596-5
Publisher: Constable



Books Ireland is looking for new writers. Read our full Submission Guidelines


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‘Books Ireland provides a breathing space, a garden if you will, where literature may continue to be valued for its own sake and discussed and appreciated in a climate of intellectual freedom and relaxation.’
Eamonn Kelly, playwright and award-winning short-storyist
‘An indispensable institution for reader, writer and bookmaker alike.’
Antony Farrell, publisher at Lilliput
‘Books Ireland is a creative asset for writers, editors, publishing houses and the media, and is a unique record of publishing in Ireland.'
Michael O’Brien, O’Brien Press
‘Books Ireland performs an invaluable service in broadcasting to the wider literary and book-reading world the variety of publishing enterprises in Ireland’
R. F. Foster, Carroll Professor of Irish History, University of Oxford

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