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Openhearted, by Ann Ingle—an extraordinary life unfolding

Ann Ingle's Openhearted—an extraordinary life unfolding in a relatable, down-to-earth memoir.

From the archives—what type of book-buyer are you?

Back in June 1980 the different types of book buyers are revealed.

View the findings of Words Ireland survey—pay, conditions and diversity in...

Words Ireland present the findings of their survey on pay, conditions and diversity in Irish literature.

Burning Books…on paper— Rosaleen McDonagh

In the first of our companion series to our popular podcast Burning Books, Rosaleen McDonagh tells Ruth McKee what books she would save from the flames.

The illuminating letters of John McGahern

Adam Hanna reviews The Letters of John McGahern.

Live launches return for Wildlord at Waterstones

Wilford by Philip Womack (Little Island) launches in London.

What a web she weaves—Sam Blake on spinning crime novels

Best-selling crime writer Sam Blake on writing a series and her latest releases.

Burning Books—Kit De Waal

Kit de Waal is the next guest on Burning Books, talking to Ruth McKee about which books she'd save if her house was on fire.

Siobhán Daffy—giving Joe a voice

Siobhán Daffy on how No Ordinary Joe was inspired by growing up with a brother with special needs.

Fingal Poetry Festival takes flight

Fingal Poetry Festival takes flight in Skerries on Thursday 16th September.
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