Dea-scéal do scríbhneoirí Gaeilge! Tá síneadh míosa curtha le sprioclá don chomórtas gearrscéalta ag Books Ireland.

Is féidir iarratais a chur chugainn go 31 Lúnasa anois.


Books Ireland is delighted to launch the 2017 short story competition. Enter your story for the opportunity to win cash prizes, a place on a writing course at The Irish Writers Centre and publication in Books Ireland.  Entries will be accepted from May 1 2017 with a closing date of July 31 2017.

Is cúis áthais dúinn i Books Ireland Comórtas Gearrscéalaíochta 2017 a sheoladh. Seol isteach d’iarracht agus beidh an deis agat duaiseanna airgid, áit ar chúrsa scríbhneoireachta in Áras Scríbhneoirí na hÉireann agus foilsiú in iris Books Ireland a bhaint amach. Glacfar le hiarrachtaí ón 1 Bealtaine 2017 agus is é an 31 Iúil an dáta deiridh.

Queries to


Click here for more details re English language: SHORT STORY COMPETITION


Click here for more details re Irish language:  COMÓRTAS GEARRSCÉALTA

August Book Competition

Family Business

by Muriel Bolger

From the bestselling author of
The Captain's Table

for a chance to win:

Family Business by Muriel Bolger
ISBN: 978-1-473-60668-5
Publisher: Hachette Books Ireland



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