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The Dublin Review

Since the appearance of its first issue in December 2000, The Dublin Review has published new work by world-class writers four times a year and has recently celebrated its 50th...

Crannóg Magazine
Posted by Tony O’Dwyer in , .

Crannóg Magazine was set up in 2002 by members of Galway Writers’ Workshop. It publishes three issues per year. Each issue is launched with a night of literature and music...

Irish Pages 2003-2013

Appearing twice a year, Irish Pages is a Belfast journal combining Irish, European and international perspectives.  It seeks to create a novel literary space, North and South, adequate to the...

The Galway Review – in Print!
Posted by Uinseann Mac Thómais in , .

Two former MA in Writing students from the National University of Ireland, Galway, Ndrek Gjini and Máire Holmes spent hours and hours talking about literature and the vibrant literary scene...

Ten Tips for Author Event Organisers from Nicola Morgan
Posted by Nicola Morgan in , .

Nicola Morgan is the award-winning author of many acclaimed books for young people, and is an inspiring speaker who has recently become Scotland’s first patron of reading. Her highly unusual...

A Giant Book Club Gathering

The Ennis Book Club Festival is a terrific social and literary gathering bringing together book club members and readers from Ireland and beyond and this year is running from 1st...

Bare Hands Launched in Print!
Posted by Kerrie O'Brien and Sarah Griffin in , , .

“The Bare Hands Anthology – full of energy and beauty – stands out among literary journals, online and off. The excellent mix of writing and image is perfect; each work...

How do you read an eBook?
Posted by Sally Clements in , .

As well as being a writer, I’m an avid reader – a fact my bookcases bear groaning witness to. Like most readers, I love the feel of a book in...

Your Local Library
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

The Irish Library Service has over 300 branches nationwide, scroll down to find your nearest branch. With many providing free internet services and hosting their own books clubs they are a pivotal...

Bookshops Online
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

Want to order books online? Support Irish business and get that personal touch! Dubray Books Dubray Books is one of Ireland’s leading independent booksellers, beginning as a single shop in...

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