From vicious rival brothers to desperate single mothers, frisky newlyweds to frigid life partners, Patrick McGinley covers all kinds of Irish (or simply human) relationship in this collection of short stories. In fourtee ...Quick View
Clearie, a one-hundred-year-old schoolhouse, is fed-up.
For so long, he has helped children get educated but been rewarded only by their complaints about how much they hate school.
He longs to get away.
Bestselling author, Colin Murphy, explores the historical figures and events that have existed for centuries in the fringes and brings them out into the open for the reader. Full of historical stories which will intrigu ...Quick View
Sisters Ella and Roberta O'Callaghan live in separate wings of their crumbling Irish mansion. They haven't spoken for decades, torn apart by a dark family secret from their past, and only communicate through the terse an ...Quick View
Schoolhouse ruins are a common sight in the Irish countryside, wherever populations are in decline and the fabric of a formerly vibrant community is slowly perishing. Once pivotal to their area, they now lie abandoned. I ...Quick View
In this vivid and powerful collection of essays, the first non- fiction book published by Tramp Press, Emilie Pine boldly confronts the past to better understand herself, her relationships and her role in society. `Th ...Quick View
Coll Coyle wakes to a blood dawn and a day he does not want to face. The young father stands to lose everything on account of the cruel intentions of his landowner’s heedless son.
Although reluctant, Coll sets out to ...Quick View
We so often hear of “them” or “the powers that be” in everyday conversation without ever really asking who “they” are or if “they” really exist. More recently we hear of an “awakening of the collective ...Quick View
Seeking solitude after personal crisis, Anita Fennelly spent a summer alone on the Great Blasket Island. This is her account, written by candlelight, of the gradual thawing of her personal isolation through the friendshi ...Quick View
On the night of a father's death, two women remember. Esther, the wife denied, and Sara, her corrupted daughter, look back at the father's overwhelming cruelty and ahead to their freedom from him. Finally liberated from ...Quick View
How often do you get to see the exam paper BEFORE the exam??
Anyone can pass the driving test in a car. All it takes is good practice, and knowing exactly what the tester requires and expects of you.
Brian O’Leary ...Quick View
On the 19th September 1982 Kerry ran out in Croke Park chasing immortality. Victory over Offaly in the All-Ireland football final would secure them five titles in a row, a record certain never to be matched again. ...Quick View
First published in 1984, Paul Muldoon's The Faber Book of Contemporary Irish Poetry sought to establish a canon of Irish Poetry since the death of Yeats. Here the reader can explore substantial selections of the poetry o ...Quick View
Tells the story of an ordinary girl called Deirdre who lives an ordinary life in an ordinary world. That is until she meets, Monkey, a mysterious girl who has magical powers! Life will never by the same again. Deirdre is ...Quick View
Clayton Claw Cleaver Clementine of The Three Glands is a medical rarity. He sets off westwards to take up residence in the haunted edifice of Charnel Castle. Clementine, an unkonwn unsung product of the new world and rec ...Quick View
Superbly illustrated, this book will inspire people at all levels to bake with assurance and joy. Easy, accessible recipes for all sorts of bread are included: Irish traditional breads, Mediterranean breads, allergy and ...Quick View
Aer Lingus celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2011. As part of the celebrations this book charts the history of the airline and tells that story within the broader history of Ireland. It is 75 years since Aer Lingus, ...Quick View
Ireland's love affair with the Eurovision began with the National Song Contest in 1965, when Brendan Bowyer and Dickie Rock participated. Over the past 50 years, no country has won the competition more often. Why has Ire ...Quick View