Get essential advice and expert tips on everything from where to go when and the best vegan restaurants, accommodation and cities, to how to stay healthy on the road and order food with confidence. We also reveal unmissa ...Quick View
It was much to the sadness of his many fans when celebrated Kerry poet Gabriel Fitzmaurice announced he was hanging up his compositional boots last year.
But there was one muse readers hadn't counted on: his granddaug ...Quick View
A close-up and personal look at the work of Frank Murphy. Buildings include the former Cork Distillers bottling plant — distinctive for its riot of colour, mosaics and cast sculptural concrete. “In 1960 Cork Distille ...Quick View
The doyen of university presidents emeriti, Patrick (Paddy) Masterson remains one of UCD's most admired scholars and leaders, twenty-five years after he was its President. A Festschrift is the crowning accolade for an ac ...Quick View
The Size of a Stamp Art Collection by Marie Anne O'Mordha:
A collection of stories and anecdotes with her own illustrations.
This book is for everyone in a stressful world, in need of delightful escape. All aboard!! The ...Quick View
The almost incomprehensible wit and wonder of Irish slang words.BESTSELLER
The almost incomprehensible wit and wonder of Irish slang words.
Can you tell your bowsies from your gougers from your gurriers? No? Well, ...Quick View
The number 1 guide to organising your finances - and making your money go further. John Lowe has helped thousands of people get to grips with the basics of budgeting and learn how to save cash in all areas of their lives ...Quick View
Historical Fiction Story based in Ireland 1798.1798-Ireland
The Rebellion led by the United Irishmen has been subdued and the last vestiges of the once mighty Wexford army are marching north into Meath in a final effor ...Quick View
Dublin City University has grown rapidly from its origins as the National Institute for Higher Education, Dublin, which admitted just 200 students when it first opened in 1980. NIHED emerged from a fundamental review of ...Quick View
Moygara Castle, with its four towers, gatehouse and high curtain walls, is one of the most impressive masonry-built monuments in north Connacht. Constructed in the late fourteenth/early fifteenth century by the O'Garas, ...Quick View
No' is the first thing I ever said. It was actually the only thing I said in my first speaking months. Like most children, I was born with an innate ability to set boundaries for myself. 'No.' 'Mine.' I intuitively knew ...Quick View
This book is no dry academic tome. The thirty-five chapters are each written in a very readable style by different people, some very distinguished academics with specialist knowledge of Leitrim, but many chapters written ...Quick View
Irish Jesuit Annual Letters, 1604–1674 is a two-volume publication that uses letters held in the Jesuit archives both in Rome (ARSI) and in Dublin. The letters were written at a time when some 20 Jesuits were missioned ...Quick View
This book sets out to nourish those who desire something deeper and richer than is possible in the usual setting of worship. By exploring the context and background to all three readings, the author hopes to make the rea ...Quick View
How the Weather Was, Jean Kavanagh's second collection, describes how someone s choices can lead to an interruption of the ordinary, moving in parallel with the seemingly steadfast lives of others. Far from her origins w ...Quick View
Chapman's most experimental and engaging collection yet. In these pages we meet some of his inspirations - Cronenberg, Lynch, Bowie - on a journey through memory, erotica and death. In poems of arresting beauty and subtl ...Quick View
Peter Joseph Gloviczki's the weight of dandelions explores each moment to discover its essence. Believing there is beauty (and humor) in the everyday world, he declares in one poem: 'queen-size bed / the dog lets me / sl ...Quick View