Snap that: Life through the lens of Ireland’s 18- to 25-year-olds
'There will be time' Poetry Ireland has announced that Poetry Day on Thursday 30...
The British Book Awards #Nibbies today announced the five Irish publishers who have been shortlisted for The Small Press of the...
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...
Seed|Joanna Walsh|No Alibis Press| 2021|Limited Edition Set|ISBN: 9781838108113 by Eoghan Smith
Chapter one of The Tanglebox, by Dave Kavanagh. "Darkly compelling and driven by a powerful, page-turning momentum" - Kevin Barry.
A rich feast, full of literary echoes, Fionnuala McManamon reviews Prague 1938, by Dara Kavanagh.
Liam McNevin reads 'Fisherman's Blues' from 'Times Present and Past' (Swan Press).
Inspired by the empty streets and stay home message during the first COVID-19 lockdown in 2020, choreographer Aisling McCormick's latest work reimagines Belfast as an outdoor performance space for her latest project, In Situ Solos.
Nuala O'Connor talks all things flash, and Janice Leagra highlights some sparks—with dazzling imagery.
From modern classics of the genre, to recently published, a list of thrilling Irish crime, psychological thrillers, and chilling suspense.
Stephen Sexton and Kathleen McCracken read at in-person and live streamed event at the John Hewitt Summer School.
A Bonfire of Shoes, by Radhika Iyer, from her debut collection 'Why are you here?' (Castles in the Air Press).
Mary O'Donnell reads from her latest collection, Massacre of the Birds (Salmon Poetry).
Arnie Yasinski reads from his new collection, 'God Lives in Norway and Goes by Christie' (21st Century Renaissance).