Where can you get a copy of Books Ireland?

Books Upstairs, 17 D’Olier St, Dublin 2

Campus Bookshop UCD

Charlie Byrne’s Secondhand Bookshop

Dubray Books Blackrock

Dubray Books Dun Laoghaire

Dubray Books Galway

Dubray Books Rathmines

Dubray Books Stillorgan

Dubray Bray Bookshop


Hampton Books, 93a Morehampton Rd, Dublin 4

Hodges Figgis, 56-58 Dawson St, Dublin 2

Hugh Lane Gallery Bookshop


Maynooth University Bookshop

National Gallery of Ireland 

Rathfarnham Bookshop, Rathfarnham Shopping Centre, Butterfield Ave, Dublin

The Book Centre Donegal

The Dublin Bookshop (Dubray), 36 Grafton Street Dublin 2

Can’t see Books Ireland in your local bookshop or newsagent?

We  encourage you to ask the owner about ordering it for you. Quote the relevant issue number to make life easy!

(July/Aug 2015 issue no.362), (Sept/Oct 2015 issue no. 363), and so on…

Contact us!

We also invite you to contact us directly if you are having any issues getting a copy, we would be delighted to send you a copy by post or to coordinate getting it stocked locally on your behalf.

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The Doctor Who Sat for a Year

By Brendan Kelly

The twelve-month project of a self-confessed ‘Zen failure’

for a chance to win:

The Doctor Who Sat for a Year
By Brendan Kelly
ISBN: 978-0-7171-8457-6
Publisher: Gill Books



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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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