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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...
BOOKS IRELAND FLASH FICTION Klepto's Week, by Bryan Conlon Monday Mam told me I was less than useless in her hour...
An exhibition of the poetry of Gerald Dawe takes place at the Linen Hall Library Belfast 6—26 December Gerald Dawe celebrates the art of living in places....
BOOKS IRELAND FLASH FICTION The Reminiscing of a Student House, by Lorna McGrath The house misses the girls. Misses their laughter and sharing secret...
The John Hewitt Society announces the publication of a new edition of Selected Poems, edited by Michael Longley and Frank Ormsby For those attending the annual John Hewitt...
Cath Fionntrá|Pádraig Ó Siochfhradha|Leabhar Breac|€15 "One of the great tales of the Fenian cycle—if you enjoy the gems of our older literature, this will become another volume to...
Ruth Ennis talks to author and illustrator Ashwin Chacko about playfulness, imagination—and not being afraid to fail. by Ruth Ennis You describe your...
Stuck for Books is full of great book recommendations from picture books to teenage reads and everything in between.  Ruth Concannon on her new initiative Stuck for...
CEO of Children's Books Ireland, Elaina Ryan, with Seamus Hand, Managing Partner at KPMG Ireland and Daisy Magill, the KPMG Reading Hero 2022 KPMG to renew sponsorship of Children's Books Ireland Awards...
BOOKS IRELAND FLASH FICTION The Folly, by Sheena Power Jonathan Fairley survived the war, grimy with memories of slaughter. He survived...
Two Women on the Shore (1898) by Edvard Munch. Original from the Rijksmuseum. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel. BOOKS IRELAND FLASH FICTION Haunted, by Claire Hennessy “Come...
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