New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In May 2023

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Teasaras Gaeilge-Bearla | Irish-English Thesaurus

Bannister, Garry

Where the Wildflowers Grow: Shortlisted for the Richard Jefferies Award

Bersweden, Leif
An intriguing and timely exploration of the importance of Britain and Ireland's plant life.

Crazy Dreams

Brady, Paul

From Gaillimh to Galway: The Anglicisation of Irish Place Names

Burnell, Tom
An invaluable and detailed directory of anglicised Irish place names

A Change in the Air

Clarke, Jane
Jane Clarke's third collection is far-reaching and yet precisely rooted in time and place, exploring how people, landscape and culture shape us. Voices of the past and present show courage in the face of poverty, prejudice, war and exile and everyday losses in what is essentially a book of love poems to our beautiful, fragile world.

Some of These Stories Are True

Devitt, Maurice

Dublin Like a Local: By the People Who Call It Home

DK Eyewitness

Burning the Big House: The Story of the Irish Country House in a Time of War and Revolution

Dooley, Terence
The gripping story of the tumultuous destruction of the Irish country house, spanning the revolutionary years of 1912 to 1923

A New Ireland

Editor Gemma Loughran

A People Under Siege: The Unionists of Northern Ireland, from Partition to Brexit and Beyond

Edwards, Aaron (Dr)
The Brexit referendum of 2016 triggered one of the most profound constitutional crises in modern British history. A wave of populist nationalism gave way to political and economic instability, throwing the future of the United Kingdom into sharp relief.

Cold-Water Eden

Fitzgerald, Richie
An immersive memoir about a groundbreaking surfing career, and a stunning portrait of Ireland as one of the world's most captivating big-wave surfing destinations.