New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In July 2022

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A Working Day

Chambers, John
A Working Day is a sonnet sequence focusing on a day in the life of a fictional primary school principal.

Her Keys to the City: Honouring the Women who made Dublin

Gilliland, Alison
Just four women were among the 83 people given the Freedom of the City of Dublin since the award was inaugurated in 1876 to June 2022. The genesis of this book lies in wanting, in some way, to address this very obvious gender imbalance and to showcase a variety of the very many accomplished women who lived before us.

The Building of Adare Manor, A Family Chronicle

Hajba, Anna-maria
The Building of Adare Manor tells the story of the trials and triumphs of house building at Adare Manor, County Limerick.

Cathal Brugha: "An Indomitable Spirit"

Hanley, Gerard
By any measure, Cathal Brugha’s life was extraordinary: a member of the Gaelic League, Irish Republican Brotherhood and Irish Volunteers; a celebrated survivor of the 1916 Rising, despite multiple gunshot wounds...

Early Modern Duhallow 1534-1641 crisis of lordship in Co. Cork

Heffernan, David
Part of the Maynooth Studies in Local History series


Hegarty, Neil
“Impermanence” is a new publication of 12 essays by writers from or living in Northern Ireland.

All Down Darkness Wide

Hewitt, Sean
A luminous and haunting memoir from the prize-winning poet - a story of love, heartbreak and coming of age, and a fearless exploration of queer identity and trauma.

British Celtic Warrior vs Roman Soldier: Britannia AD 43-105

Horsted, William
An illustrated study of the British tribal warriors and Roman auxiliaries who fought in three epic battles for control of Britain in the 1st century AD.

Macgillycuddy's Reeks - Winter Climbs - Selected Routes

Kelly Piaras
acGillycuddy’s Reeks Winter Climbs – ‘Selected Routes’ is a superb, full-colour guide to some of the very finest, best known (and not so known!) along with the most popular Winter climbs to be found in the magnificent mountains of the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks, County Kerry. NB - Published 2019

Diolaim Prois 1450-1850

Mac Giolla Chomhaill, Anrai
This wonderful collection comprises of prose excerpts from Irish literature of the period 1450-1850 collected and edited by Anraí Mac Giolla Chomhaill and published in modern spelling — with a biographical portrait of the author by Prof. Malachy Ó Néill

Toraiocht na Dea-Bheatha – Comhairle ó Shaoithe na Seanré

Mac Lochlainn, Antain
‘Conas is fearr do dhaoine a saol a chaitheamh?’ Sin an cheist fealsúnachta is sine agus is práinní dá bhfuil ann. Is mian le gach duine saol maith a chaitheamh, ach cad é go díreach atá i gceist leis sin agus conas is féidir é a dhéanamh?