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Fifteen years of Irish publishing

Fifteen years of Irish publishing

books received for review by Books Ireland magazine 1990-2004 ; bibliographic listings by title, cross-referenced by author or editor and the subject of biography or criticism, all referred to the page of review or listing.

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Published by Books Ireland in Dublin .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Ireland -- Bibliography.,
  • Ireland -- Imprints.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBooks Ireland.
    GenreBibliography., Imprints.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination129 p. ;
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19085926M

    The Wandering Irish in Europe is the first book to portray the role of the Irish in European culture and history in a cogent, comprehensive, and systematic way. In one sense, this story begins in A.D., when the Irish monk Columbanus and his followers traveled to France, where they ultimately founded monasteries at Annegray, Luxeuil, Fontaine, Breganz, and Bobbio and .   This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Nan Reinhardt will be awarding a set of 6 handmade wineglass charms and a $10 Starbucks gift card. (USA only) to 5 randomly drawn winners via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.

    The Book of Leinster is an immense volume, containing about as much matter as six of Scott's prose novels. The Lebar Brecc, or Speckled Book of Mac Egan, is in the Royal Irish Academy. It is a large folio volume, now consisting of pages, but originally containing many more, written in a small, uniform, beautiful hand.   The Irish family is as animate a character as the individuals who comprise it; Enright’s Booker-prize-winning effort is proof of it. When one of the nine children of an Irish family drowns in England, it forces the sister most affected by it to search through the unit’s past, uncovering a whole Pandora’s box of stories and secrets.

      The contenders for Rugby Book of the Year. Launched in , the annual Telegraph Sports Book Awards showcase the cream of sports writing and publishing. The Rugby Book of the Year category came on board in and is judged by a panel of journalists from the Rugby Union Writers’ Club.   Her fascination with Irish history sparked her most widely known book, Under the Hawthorn Tree. The book, a story about children left struggling to survive in the wake of the deadly s famine, made the Irish bestseller list two years running and is distinguished by its touching characterization and historical detail.


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Only one each by Cecelia Ahern, Ken Bruen, Maeve Binchy,and Frank Delaney,and no Irish Century at all. The Irish Century series - and by Morgan Llywelyn deserve to be here, and does her "Lion of Ireland." So - I added a few of my favorites. Things You Didn't Know About Irish History: The People, Places, Culture, and Tradition of the Emerald Isle by Ryan Hackney, Amy Hackney Blackwell, et al.

The Irish publishing industry has always struggled against the domination of the book market here by overseas English-language publishers, particularly those from Britain. The effective “dumping” of British titles on Irish bookshelves has left little room for native publishing houses and writers to flourish and this has only gotten worse with the steady decline in.

The first thing the book does is demolish the fiction that Irish people were well-fed before the famine. Ten years before it started they were already half starving in the streets he discovered. Introducing Publishing and Book Culture – a new series of research-focused collections of Elements on aspects of Publishing and Book Culture, published by Cambridge University Press.

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Leslie Meredith. Leslie Meredith worked for many years as a book editor, most recently for fifteen years at imprints of Simon & Schuster. She began in publishing with an internship at The University of Pittsburgh Press and worked as a senior editor at McGraw-Hill, Bantam, and Ballantine, and as editorial director at Harmony/Crown.

The following is a list of publishers and literary agents in Ireland.A&A Farmar 78 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6. [email protected] A. & A. Farmar publish general non-fiction including books on medical, social and business history.

Unsolicited manuscripts accepted: Yes. Please contact Anna Farmar before submitting Gúm Irish language. Despite this, The History of Irish Book Publishing is a great read and deserves a place on any bookshelf.

It is a standalone book in that it makes a major contribution to our knowledge of the. Publishing in Irish Studies for over 80 years. Currach Press Columba’s secular imprint, publishes a varied list of non-fiction titles, including biography, history, sport and lifestyle.

De Barra Publishing Over the last fifteen years, Slovak has published fiction by T.C. Boyle, Geraldine Brooks, Susan Choi, Roddy Doyle, Elizabeth Gilbert, A. Homes, Sue Monk Kidd, William Kennedy, Stewart O’Nan, Amor Towles, and William T. Vollmann, whose novel Europe Central won the National Book Award.

Patrick Taylor, M.D., is the author of the Irish Country books, including An Irish Country Doctor, An Irish Country Village, An Irish Country Christmas, An Irish Country Girl, and An Irish Country was born and raised in Bangor, County Down, in Northern Ireland.

After qualifying as a specialist inhe worked in Canada for thirty-one : Patrick Taylor. It’s well known that us Irish have the famous “gift of the gab” and over the years this has translated into some of the most memorable stories ever put on paper.

We thought we’d list some of the most famous Irish books so that whether you’re searching for a summer read or simply need a new book to dive into, we’ve got you covered. In his new book, A New Ireland, Niall O’Dowd traces the first-ever revelation about the savage treatment of children by church and state in Ireland during the s.

Ancestry Find out the. I also talked to Lara, who works at a big publishing house in Beijing. Back inwhen she was a junior editor and me an inexperienced translator, we worked closely on an Irish short story collection, the first literary work I translated from English into Chinese.

Being around the same age, we’ve become friends and stayed loosely in touch. I went into this book thinking that Cahill was surely using hyperbole to say that the Irish saved civilization.

He may be, but this is still a remarkable and relevant history. This is a great, great book that deserves the wide readership it has received. The book begins with a retelling of the fall of Rome/5(K).

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Martin's Publishing Group St. Martin's Paperbacks. Are they tying the knot. Belfast McGrath has spent the last fifteen years avoiding her big, bustling, brash Irish family. But when her five-star culinary career goes up in flames.

Irish immigration had been at a standstill in the first fifteen years of the nineteenth century (due to the disruption of shipping caused by the Napoleonic Wars), and people like the Murphys would have been in the first wave that entered the United States after the Battle of Waterloo in   The Encyclopedia of the Irish in America.

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