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Photo Haiga

In a genre is called photo-haiga, where text and images are delicately matched, Gabriel Rosenstock brings you beautiful words in both Irish and English, to accompany Ron Rosenstock’s photographs. A...

Derek Flynn’s Best Music Books of 2012
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In the tradition of the “Best-of-the Year” polls that we always see this time of year, I’ve decided to take a look at the “Best Music Books of 2012”. Having...

Second City of Literature Citywide Reading Initiative
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Six spooky books with a sense of humour are to be the focus of the second Dublin UNESCO City of Literature Citywide Reading initiative. The Nightmare Club is written by...

Deepest Red – a Manchester United anthology

Deepest Red is a collection of writing about the myth, madness, and glory that is Manchester United. Edited by lifelong United fan, and journalist, Brian Foley, it brings together writers,...

Short and Sweet: Six of the Best Short Story Collections in 2012
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A short fiction collection is like a box of chocolates: in each there’ll be the select few you pick as favourites, others that you’re less keen on. But as the...

Give a Book This Christmas: Colm O’Regan’s Recommendations
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Comedian and author, Colm O’Regan’s Isn’t It Well For Ye? The Book of Irish Mammies, was nominated for the Bord Gais Energy Book Awards. Read our his article that reveals...

Paradise Lost Readathon for NCBI
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Friday 14 December, Trinity College will host the first full reading in Ireland of Paradise Lost, one of the longest poems in the English language, written by John Milton after...

Five Gold Star Reads for Christmas

Well it’s that time of year and we look back at what has been a really strong and eventful year for Irish books and publishing and wonder if the year...

New Bookshop for Salmon in Co. Clare
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Salmon Poetry, one of Ireland’s leading poetry publishers has established a new writing centre and bookshop in Ennistymon, Co Clare. At a time when booksellers are struggling, Salmon’s innovative plans...

Going International at Little Island
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This week Little Island Books launched their most recent title for older children, Bartolomé: The Infanta’s Pet,by Rachel van Kooij. At an event hosted by the Austrian Ambassador Dr. Thomas...