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Von Reinhold and Ní Ghríofa win £10k James Tait Black prizes

Shola Von Reinhold has won the James Tait Black Prize for Fiction for "tour de force" debut Lote (Jacaranda), while Doireann Ní Ghríofa has taken the Biography... Read more

Tramp Press launches audio range with White's Corpsing

Tramp Press is moving into audiobooks, launching with Corpsing: My Body and Other Horror Shows by Sophie White, read by the author.... Read more

Publishers and distributors still beset by post-Brexit delays and costs

Delays and added costs caused by the Brexit deal are still a significant problem for the industry four months on from the end of the transition... Read more

Tramp Press to publish Mona Eltahawy's 'fearless' manifesto

Tramp Press will publish The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls by Egyptian-American journalist and commentator Mona Eltahawy.  Read more

Tramp Press bags 'stunning' Bourke debut

Tramp Press has bagged the “stunning” debut novel from Irish writer Niall Bourke. Read more

Tramp Press reveals three-book list for 2020

Irish indie Tramp Press has acquired a three-book list for 2020 featuring new titles by Sara Baume, Doireann Ní Ghríofa and Jack Fennell.... Read more

Pine's essay collection scoops An Post Irish Book of the Year

Academic Emilie Pine’s “vivid and powerful” Notes to Self (Hamish Hamilton) has won the An Post Irish Book of the Year 2018 following a public... Read more

Tramp Press appoints UK publishing director in bid for growth

Dublin-based independent Tramp Press is creating a UK outpost with the appointment of Laura Waddell to the newly created role of UK publishing director.... Read more

2019 predictions: an 'alternative' look ahead to what the next year holds

A fresh selection of book trade figures give their predictions and hopes for the year ahead, with regional and ethnic diversity high on the wish-lists... Read more

Hamish Hamilton Pines for indie’s word-of-mouth hit

Hamish Hamilton has won a nine-way auction for UK and Commonwealth rights to a bestselling Irish collection of personal, interlocking essays. Read more

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