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What's That as Bearla?: An Irish-English Phrasebook

Bannister, Garry
Latest in successful series of general introductions to Irish including What’s That As Gaeilge and Proverbs in Irish, as well as IBA-nominated Teasaras Gaeilge-Bearla. This book will improve and enrich your spoken and written Irish, and ideal for beginners.

The History of 2BP : Ireland's First Licensed Radio Station

Bohan, Eddie
The history of 2BP, Ireland's first licensed radio station that broadcast from the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire in August 1923. The broadcasts were surrounded by political intrigue and showed both a desire and a need for a full time broadcasting station in the new Irish Free State.

Everybody Is a Poem: Midlife in Rhymes

Brierton, Jan
'Accidental poet' Jan Brierton returns with a brand-new book EVERYBODY IS A POEM. Taking its name from her popular podcast, EVERYBODY IS A POEM is a compact collection of poems about love, loss, aging, the mental load, menopause and everything in between.

At Home in Ireland - Poetry

Broomfield, Arthur
New and selected poems from Dr Arthur Broomfield

Scars Of Divorce: How To Avoid Them And Achieve An Amicable Divorce In Modern Ireland

Browne, Michelle
We all want a happily ever after in our marriages, but sometimes life doesn’t work out that way. Scars of Divorce is part-memoir, part how-to guide, focused on navigating the tricky waters of separation and divorce within the Irish legal system.

Pretend Cartoon Strength

Byrne Keane, Alicia
Alicia Byrne Keane’s Pretend Cartoon Strength is a meditation on coastlines, migration, spatial theory, and desire among apocalyptic times.

Spirit of Revolution : Ireland from Below, 1917-1923

Cunningham, John

Monto : Dublin's Infamous Red-Light District

Curtis, Maurice
MONTO, this latest book from Historian and author, Maurice Curtis, explores the fascinating story of this dark remnant of Dublin’s past, complete with its gambling, music, singing, drinking, fighting, its revelry and rowdy taverns, but most important, its hundreds of brothels.


Deeley, Patrick

Impossible Blackbird

Deppe, Theodore