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Scroll down to read our articles on who exactly is who in Irish publishing – from agents to editors, state agencies to organisations, this is section is essential reading for anyone new to the industry.

Irish Writers Centre: Become a Facilitator
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The Irish Writers Centre are looking for Facilitators for its Educational Programme. About the IWC’s Educational Programme The Irish Writers Centre, based on 19 Parnell Square, Dublin, is the national...

Writing Tips to Get You Thinking
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The best writing advice I was every given was from multi award winning bestseller Sarah Webb, author of the incredible Blazing a Trail: Irish Women Who Changed the World (whichshould be...

Writer’s Retreats: Anam Cara by Linda Hoffman Kimball
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Sue Booth-Forbes writes: Twenty wonderful years have passed since I dreamed Anam Cara Writer’s and Artist’s Retreat into existence, and hands down, one of the best parts of being Anam...

Writing Workshops: Recovering Your Creative Self by Claire Hennessy
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I don’t know when it begins. I suppose it’s different for everyone. But it’s rarely one great, big moment. Sometimes, yes, sometimes that happens for people. A bully of a...

Top Tips for Writers by Mia Gallagher
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Write when you can. Sometimes just turning up at the desk/laptop is all you need to kickstart something. If you can’t write, don’t stress or do a number on yourself....

A Writer’s Room: R.M. Clarke
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Where I write is always shifting. Being in the process of finding a permanent home, I have had to learn the art of literary vagabondry. Sometimes it might be a...

A Writer’s Room: Alana Kirk
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Where I write – from dreams to reality. When I first started to write, I remember looking around my house wondering where my ambition would sit amongst the baby toys,...

Editing Tricks to Get You Published by Claire Hennessy

Editing. It sounds boring. Fiddly. Dotting i’s. Crossing t’s. Or it sounds like something that is done to you and your work. Someone asks Laura Jane Cassidy about her first...

Writing Graphic Novels by Jack Campbell
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Novels and short fiction demand some different approaches to writing because of their length.  Something that you can spend pages describing in a novel has to be summed up a...

Scrivener: A Software Resource for Writers
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An article from our archives – consistently one of our most popular postings! When international bestseller Alex Barclay sang the praises of Scrivener in this excellent article, we thought we’d investigate...