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Literacy Research Paper Presented to the Oireachtas Education & Skills Committee
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Sarah Fitzgerald, aged 14 from Kinsale Community School, met with Government Leaders at Leinster House and submitted a literacy research paper to the Oireachtas Education & Skills Committee. Sarah met...

Irish Bestsellers 9th June 2018

Not masses of action in the charts this week; Marian Keyes has deservedly hit the top three with her latest novel The Break, and we’re delighted for her, and Walliams...

Solar Bones by Mike McCormack wins the 2018 International Dublin Literary Award
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Irish author Mike McCormack has won the 2018 International DUBLIN Literary Award for his novel Solar Bones. The Award is organised and sponsored by Dublin City Council and at €100,000...

Irish writers on shortlist for Society of Authors’ Awards 2018
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The shortlists for the Betty Trask, McKitterick, Tom-Gallon and Somerset Maugham awards were announced by The Society of Authors today (Wednesday 13th June) with Man Booker nominated Fiona Mozley, 2014...

Irish Bestsellers 2nd June 2018

Walliams has gone and done it again! With the release of The World’s Worst Children 3 just a couple of days before this week’s charts were compiled (and, incidentally, just...

Irish Bestsellers 26th May 2018

Sales are picking up this week after a bit of a dip last week – we’re perhaps getting more used to the sunny weather and starting to think holiday reading!...

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48th Opening and Awards Ceremony of Listowel Writers’ Week
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Listowel Writers’ Week officially threw open the doors to its 48th Festival on Wednesday night the 30thMay 2018. A host of Irish and international poets, playwrights, novelists, short story writers, artists and musicians...

Irish Bestsellers 19th May 2018

There’s a good bit of change around this week – interesting times as aside from one or two constants (Eleanor Oliphant and The Tattoo Artist of Auschwitz—which, by the way...

Deirdre Sullivan and Karen Vaughan win the 28th CBI Book of the Year Award
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The winner of the 28th Children’s Books Ireland Book of the Year Award was revealed today at a ceremony held in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin. Recipients of the Children’s Choice...

Irish Bestsellers 12th May 2018

There’s some great movement in the charts this week and some newcomers; in fact, half of this week’s Top 20 were only released in May. While Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely...

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