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    Dermot Bolger at Poolbeg Yacht & Boat Club

    By admin on April 1, 2017
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    Glenua & Friends present The Story of Irish Seafarers on hazardous voyages to War-Torn Europe on Thursday 13 April 2017 at Poolbeg Yacht & Boat Club, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Entry €5 (in aid of RNLI). Dermot Bolger will read from and discusses his novel, The Lonely Sea and Sky, written in memory of Irish seafarers like his father who undertook dangerous voyages to Lisbon…

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    Contemporary Irish Literature Series: Danielle McLaughlin & Roisín O’Donnell

    By admin on March 31, 2017
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    Contemporary Irish Literature Series Danielle McLaughlin and Roisín O’Donnell on Friday, 7th of April, 1PM in the Central Library, ILAC Centre, Henry Street, Dublin 1 Danielle McLaughlin and Roisín O’Donnell will each read from and discuss their work in the short story form. Danielle’s debut collection of short stories Dinosaurs On Other Planets, was published in Ireland in 2015 by

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    Book Launch: Harvesting by Lisa Harding

    By admin on March 28, 2017
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    New Island Books requests the pleasure of your company to celebrate the launch of
    Harvesting by Lisa Harding on Wednesday, April 12th at 6.00PM, in Hodges Figgis, 56-58 Dawson Street, Dublin 2.

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    The Irish Times Book Club: Beautiful Pictures of the Lost Homeland by Mia Gallagher

    By admin on February 1, 2017
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      We’re absolutely thrilled to announce that this month’s Irish Times Book Club choice is Beautiful Pictures of the Lost Homeland by Mia Gallagher! Mia will discuss her work with Laura Slattery of The Irish Times at the Irish Writers Centre, Parnell square, Dublin 1 on the 23rd of February at 7.30PM. The Irish Times will be publishing a series

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    In praise of short fiction: a tribute to Maeve Brennan

    By admin on January 9, 2017
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    ‘Every publisher has a bee or two in his bonnet and I am no exception. Prime amongst my buzzing irritants is the low regard for short stories in buying offices across the land. The response is near-Pavlovian, “…a short story collection!? By an unknown author? Kiss of death!” and the battle is constant. Over the years at New Island we’ve