Waterford’s Imagine Arts Festival, back for its eighteenth year on 18–27 October, will include the Waterford Writers...
“The prize, named after one of Ireland’s greatest fiction writers, is designed to encourage, reward, and promote new Irish writing.” Professor Frank...
Cathal Póirtéir with his latest choice of reading as Gaeilge A History of Ireland...
Hani and Ishu’s Guide To fake Dating is the new YA queer romance from Adiba Jaigirdar and it’s everything it promises.
How Linguistics can Help the Historian| Anthony Harvey|Royal Irish Academy| ISBN:9781911479697|€ 9.50 Evidence of who we were is wired through etymology by Anthony Harvey
Seed|Joanna Walsh|No Alibis Press| 2021|Limited Edition Set|ISBN: 9781838108113 by Eoghan Smith Seed, by the acclaimed multidisciplinary writer Joanna Walsh, was first published by Visual Editions in...
Tony Canavan on the Ealing film A Forgotten Shore, and the novelist Kenneth Sarr
Karl MacDermott on stand up comedy and his new book, 58% Cabbage.
Siobhán Daffy on how No Ordinary Joe was inspired by growing up with a brother with special needs.
Shortlist announced for Red Line Book Festival Poetry Competition.
The Visibility Trap|Mary McGill|New Island|ISBN:9781848408012|€16.95 "As McGill so persuasively argues, this visibility is a trap, promising us so much but in reality making us constantly feel like we...
Publishing Ireland seeks Honorary Treasurer.
Dinner Party is a strong, serious novel often leavened by warmth and good humour—Niall McArdle on Sarah Gilmartin's debut.
Fingal Poetry Festival takes flight in Skerries on Thursday 16th September.
Isolde Goggin reviews the magnificently illustrated Gazetteer of Irish Stained Glass (Irish Academic Press).
Lucy Caldwell and Rory Gleeson on the shortlist for The BBC National Short Story Award.