Alex Call, founder of Bert's Books, discusses his role.
Though several publishers have been hit hard by the economic impact of coronavirus, one that has been thriving during this period is Chelsea Green Publishing... Read more
The PA’s annual yearbook has found across-the-board growth for the book trade, with total invoiced sales up 3.5% on its last report—but Brexit and Covid-19... Read more
Picador Books' commissioning editor Kishani Widyaratna steps up to the plate for My Job in Five.
After the huge success of This Hostel Life, which grew out of a chance meeting about asylum seeker accommodation, Skein Press has its sights set... Read more
The festival sector could well be hard hit by the pandemic lockdown—but a number of entrepreneurial Irish events are making waves with their online... Read more
Despite shelving grand plans for the 30th anniversary of its Book of the Year awards, Children’s Books Ireland has been highly active to engage young... Read more
The Irish Education Publishers Association is intent on helping children whose wellbeing and education provision has been dented by recent school closures
Like a politician at the start of an election cycle Ireland’s Laureate na nÓg begins by setting out the overarching themes for their two-year tenure.... Read more
One of the more useful things for Maureen Kennelly in starting her stint as Arts Council of Ireland (ACI) director in the midst of lockdown... Read more