Tagged: HarperCollins Ireland

HarperCollins Ireland publisher Nagle looks to build brand as list launches

With its first two titles issued last week and a further four to come in 2021, Conor Nagle explains how HarperCollins Ireland is harnessing the... Read more

HarperCollins Ireland scoops memoir by warden of Skellig Michael

HarperCollins Ireland has scooped a "unique" memoir by the warden of Skellig Michael, a remote Irish island. Read more

HarperCollins Ireland scoops story of country's coronavirus response

HarperCollins Ireland has scooped the story of the country's coronavirus response from news correspondent Richard Chambers. Read more

HarperCollins scoops 'no-holds-barred look' at anaesthesia

HarperCollins Ireland and HarperNonFiction have scooped a "a no-holds-barred look" at anaesthesiology from Dr Colin Black in his book Gas Man.... Read more

HarperCollins Ireland pre-empts debut novel by Kirwan

HarperCollins Ireland has pre-empted a debut novel by award-winning actor and playwright Emmet Kirwan, to be published in 2023.  Read more

Gill's Gough joins HarperCollins Ireland as O'Brien steps up in UK

HarperCollins Ireland has appointed Catherine Gough from Gill Books as commissioning editor, while in the UK there is a promotion for Avon and HarperFiction marketing... Read more

HarperCollins to create standalone Irish division with Nagle at helm

HarperCollins Ireland, a new standalone publishing division, is being launched with Conor Nagle from Gill Books as its publisher. Read more

McVeigh swaps role at PRH Ireland for HarperCollins

Penguin Random House Ireland’s publicity director Patricia McVeigh will join HarperCollins in Ireland in the same role. Read more

HarperCollins scoops female motorsport racer's 'inspirational' story

HarperCollins has acquired world all language rights for the autobiography of Rosemary Smith, the female motorsport pioneer who won some of the most iconic rallies... Read more

Irish children’s book market grows 16%

Children’s book sales in Ireland increased 16% in 2015, boosted by the popularity of authors such as David Walliams and Jeff Kinney, but booksellers and... Read more

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