To say Ireland has always punched far above its weight in the realms of literature is an understatement.The Covid crisis and lockdown, has driven us to find comfort in words,
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Reviews by Darina Molloy Big Girl Small Town by Michelle Gallen Writer Sinead Moriarty has probably gifted Big Girl Small Town with the best synopsis ever – “Milkman meets Derry Girls. A cracking
DÓNALL MAC AMHLAIGH’S autobiographical novel Exiles is a powerful documentation of the experiences of the Irish men and women who arrived in post-war Britain and created new lives here. Written at
Libraries worldwide have nominated four Irish authors, two Booker Prize winners and a Pulitzer Prize winner for this year’s €100,000 Dublin Literary Award.
Good news for book lovers, as World Book Day will still take place this year. The official day 4th March, but this year people are encouraged to make any day
A group of high-profile Irish-Americans, including actor Liam Neeson and authors Colm Tóibín and Colum McCann, have written to the attorney general of New York, calling for the proposed sale
Irish libraries have teamed up with publishers, booksellers, authors, and others for the campaign, which is part of the Irish Government's Keep Well initiative and aims to celebrate reading and
Three Irish writers have been selected for the eight-strong shortlist for this year’s £30,000 Rathbones Folio Prize.