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    West Cork Literary Festival 2017

    By admin on June 20, 2017
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    New Island authors at West Cork Literary Festival 2017 Reading: Lisa Harding at Bantry Bookshop  11.30am, Saturday, July 15th | Free Event ‘Harvesting is shocking – and shockingly good. It is thought-provoking, anger-provoking, guilt-provoking, and – most importantly – it is a brilliantly written novel.’ – Roddy Doyle ‘In much the same way that Louise O’Neill’s book Asking For It

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    Book Launch: Joyride to Jupiter by Nuala O’Connor

    By admin on June 7, 2017
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      New Island Books requests the pleasure of your company to celebrate the launch of Joyride to Jupiter by Nuala O’Connor The Dublin launch will take place on Wednesday, June 14th at 6.30pm, in the Gutter Bookshop, Cows Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin 8. Guest Speaker: Lia Mills.  Please email office@newisland.ie or call 01-2784225 to RSVP. The Galway launch will take place

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    Book Launch: Room Little Darker by June Caldwell

    By admin on May 18, 2017
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    New Island Books requests the pleasure of your company to celebrate the launch of
    Room Little Darker by June Caldwell on Wednesday, May 31st at 6.00pm in Hodges Figgis, 56-58 Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Guest speaker: Sinéad Gleeson.

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    Belfast Book Festival

    By admin on May 15, 2017
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    A great range of New Island authors will be at Belfast Book Festival 2017 – Oisín Fagan, June Caldwell, Nuala O’Connor, Lisa Harding, Mia Gallagher, Sinéad Gleeson & more.

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    Julie Parsons in conversation with Declan Hughes at the dlr Lexicon

    By admin on April 12, 2017
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    To celebrate the publication of her long-awaited new novel, join bestselling local author Julie Parsons in conversation with fellow writer and reviewer Declan Hughes.

    Julie’s new book The Therapy House – her first in almost a decade – is an atmospheric tale that takes the reader from Dún Laoghaire to Venice, a mix of contemporary crime and the dark divisions of the past.