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Blog

From Cooks to Books

Roz Crowley – From Cooks to Books Food writer, journalist and former broadcaster, Roz Crowley stands in her office overlooking her County Cork garden. A…

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Christmas Blog December 2018

I was in Hong Kong recently and found it to be a lively place with a cultural scene that combines East and West. In literature…

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The Irish Angle – Murderous hobbledehoys in Ireland

The Irish Angle- Editor Tony Canavan discusses murderous hobbledehoys in Ireland – Richard Hannay meets his match

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Awards and prizes

Recent prizes and awards

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The Irish Angle – The Last Cavalier by Alexandre Dumas

THE IRISH ANGLE Sympathy from the Irish –The Irish episode in The Last Cavalier by Alexandre Dumas,  author of The Three Musketeers and The Count of…

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The Inaugural Michel Déon Prize

The Inaugural Michel Déon Prize The inaugural Michel Déon Prize will be awarded in December 2018 by the Royal Irish Academy to a non-fiction writer…

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Blog: Longford Writers Group

  What inspired Longford Writers Group?  Originally, after some people had attended a writing course they wanted to keep the writing going and felt meeting…

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Interview with a Publisher

Interview with Cecilia West Publisher at Messenger Publications

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The Amergin Solstice Poetry Gathering

Celebrate the official start of Summer and head to breathtaking South West Kerry for The Amergin Solstice Poetry Gathering. This brand new literary event is…

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Time to Read

Recognising the need to support Ireland’s education system and the workforce of the future BITCI runs a successful nationwide business to schools reading initiative Time…

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March Book Competition

Irish Gothic Fairy Stories: from the 32 counties of Ireland

By Steve Lally and Paula Flynn Lally

Everyone has their own stories about ‘The Good Folk.’ Enjoy this contemporary collection of fairy stories from every county in Ireland, complete with stunning illustrations by Steve Lally and James Patrick Ryan.

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Irish Gothic Fairy Stories: from the 32 counties of Ireland
By Steve Lally and Paula Flynn Lally
ISBN: 978-0-7509-8698-4
Publisher: History Press


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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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