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Irish Pages: A Journal of Contemporary Writing

Agee, Chris

Irish Pages : The Classic Heaney Issue

Agee, Chris
A hardback reprint of the classic Irish Pages issue on Seamus Heaney to commemorate the tenth anniversary of his death on 30 August 2013. The extraordinary degree to which Heaney was a creative and ethical exemplar, mentor, and generous friend comes through especially powerfully in this book, with its 54 contributors.

The New Ballymaloe Bread Book

Allen, Darina
A modern manual - get ready for a masterclass in bread making from Ballymaloe.

A History of Ireland in 100 Episodes: Ancient, Medieval and Modern Ireland

Bardon, Jonathan
A sweeping, accessible history of Ireland adapted from Dr Jonathan Bardon's BBC series.

Ireland Through a Critical Lense: A Miscellany of Life-Writing on Politics, Culture and Film

Bell, Desmond
In this anthology of critical writing, film-maker and academic Desmond Bell draws upon his extensive experience as a sociologist, media scholar and film-maker to explore a range of issues of culture identity, politics and art in Ireland, north and south.

Uncivil War: The British Army and the Troubles, 1966-1975

Bennett, Huw (Cardiff University)
When Operation Banner was launched in 1969 civil war threatened to break out in Northern Ireland and spread over the Irish sea. Uncivil War reveals the full story of how the British army acted to save Great Britain from disaster but, in so doing, condemned the people of Northern Ireland to protracted, grinding conflict.

Sunday Miscellany: A Selection 2018-2023

Binchy, Sarah
Coming in autumn 2023, the long-awaited latest book in the much loved Sunday Miscellany series from RTÉ Radio 1.

Reggie's Guide to Social Climbing

Blackrock Road, Reggie
Cork’s most beautifully spoken millionaire is on a mission to help Ireland’s nouveau riche: learn to eat, drink, flirt and behave as if you were a member of Cork’s One Per Cent.

Old Ireland in Colour 3

Breslin, John
Due to overwhelming popular demand, John Breslin and Sarah-Anne Buckley are back with the third installment of their record-breaking Old Ireland in Colour series.

A Pilgrim's Guide to the Camino De Santiago: Camino Frances St. Jean Pied De Port - Santiago

Brierley, John (John Brierley)
Now updated to include newer maps and photos, this comprehensive guidebook to the Camino de Santiago and its offshoots contains all the information needed by modern-day pilgrims wishing to walk the sacred Way of St. James.

Legends of the Fairies (Introduced by Martin Burns)

Burns, Martin
An illustrated collection of dark fairy tales with a twist for readers 10+. With an introduction by Martin Burns, this extraordinary collection highlights the dark, bizarre and extraordinary fairy tales researched and collected during the 1880s. It is aimed at readers 10+ but will appeal to adults and anyone interested in folklore.

Drawn From Nature: The Flowering of Irish Botanical Art

Butler, Patricia
Written and researched by author and art historian Patricia Butler, this publication is the first to explore the importance of Irish botanical art in a wide range of fascinating areas.