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  • Sean Moncrieff’s Book Launch

    By admin on December 1, 2012
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    Monday 3rd December sees the launch of Sean Moncrieff’s novel, The Angel of the Streetlamps in Hughes & Hughes in St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. The event takes place at 6.30pm and Sean will be signing books. Do come along!

  • Christmas Is Coming And With It, Postage Deadlines

    By admin on November 26, 2012
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    In a perfect world, you would be able to order books from our website until Christmas Eve and we’d still get the to you on time. Sadly if you want a printed copy of our books, you’ll have to order by some set date. Of course, we have an expanding range of ebooks on Kindle & Kobo (with other platforms to

  • A Rather Nice Review For To Call Myself Beloved | A rare and raw look behind the scenes of the private world of a patient and her analyst ‘J’

    By admin on November 22, 2012
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    There was a great review for Eina McHugh’s memoir*, To Call Myself Beloved, in last Saturday’s Irish Independent: It is no easy matter to convey the sense of a psychoanalytic session, but McHugh does this with great success: “On the couch there is no distraction of a reactive human face, no intrusive response, no disapproval. A crazy thought is let

  • A Rather Lovely Interview With Patrick McGinley

    By admin on November 20, 2012
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    Patrick McGinley, author of the evocative memoir That Unearthly Valley has an interview over on Writing.ie: In other words memoir writing must inevitably result in condensation.  In making sense of your life and in identifying causes and their effects, the danger is that you will falsify the true relationship of events.  Since you cannot set down every tittle-tattle and fiddle-faddle