The children’s independent publisher, founded as an offshoot of New Island Books, is going from strength to strength both at home and abroad.... Read more
Tom Tivnan talks setting, genre and Irish fiction with debut author Sue Rainsford.
Staunchly independent and the launchpad for a slew of successful Irish writers, Stinging Fly has weathered funding cuts to hit two decades in business.... Read more
Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen’s Facebook-fuelled college joke got out of hand—and landed the duo a bestselling fiction franchise.
The venerable Dublin bookseller, namedropped in Ulysses and a focal point for literary tourists thereafter, remains a stalwart of the books scene in the Irish... Read more
There are many national awards and prizes for writers in Ireland, but outlined here are some of the recent accolades and nominations Irish authors have... Read more
Roger Tagholm talks to the founder of Dublin's Maverick House, which has built a reputation for hard-hitting non-fiction.
Heather Morris’ The Tattooist of Auschwitz tops the Weekly E-Book Ranking for a second week, in the same seven-day period that saw the hardback edition... Read more
Runaway bestseller Sapiens established Yuval Noah Harari as a staple of the smart-thinking non-fiction field; four years on, Vintage and Riot Communications hope to take... Read more
It’s been a heck of a week for Heather Morris, with The Tattooist of Auschwitz nabbing its first Weekly E-Book Ranking number one, having knocked... Read more