New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In January 2024

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Collected Poems

Adcock, Fleur
Fleur Adcock is one of Britain's most accomplished poets. Published on her 90th birthday, this first complete edition of her poetry supersedes her earlier retrospective, Poems 1960-2000, with the addition of five later collections, Dragon Talk, Glass Wings, The Land Ballot, Hoard and The Mermaid's Purse, along with a gathering of 20 new poems.

Irish Railways : 100 Years

Baker, Michael H C
With over 190 pictures, both classic and modern, this volume explores the past, present and future of Ireland's evocative railways.

Tracing your Family History using Irish Newspapers and other Printed Materials: A Guide for Family Historians

Bodle, Natalie
Tracing your Family History using Irish Newspapers is a great introduction for the family historian into Irish newspapers, journals and periodicals.

No Peace Until He's Dead : My Story of Abuse at the Hands of Davy Tweed and My Journey to Recovery

Brown, Amanda
In this candid memoir, Amanda Brown chronicles the unimaginable sexual abuse she suffered from the age of eight at the hands of her stepfather, Davy Tweed.

Gazetteer of Irish Stained Glass

Caron, David
Some thirty years since its first publication, David Caron returns with an updated, redesigned, and greatly expanded edition of the Gazetteer of Irish Stained Glass, the definitive guide to Irish stained glass from 1900 to the present day.

The 1641 Depositions : Volume VII : Wexford

Clarke, Aidan

The Credit Union Schools Quiz Book : Hundreds of questions from Ireland’s favourite quiz

Credit Union
The Credit Union Schools’ Quiz has been a fondly remembered and hotly contested staple of the Irish primary-school experience for over thirty years.

The Harm Done: Community And Drugs In Dublin

Cullen, Barry

GALWAY: Hardiman & Beyond: Arts & Culture in Galway 1820-2020

Cunningham, John
GALWAY: Hardiman & Beyond is a splendid new history of the Irish city, for release in celebration of James Hardiman's classic 1820 account of its origins and its recognition today as a European City of Culture.

Dublin in Sketches and Stories

Cure, Roisin
Róisín Curé sketches what she sees, wherever she is, from the mundane to the magnificent, and everything in between. With her ears and eyes open, she immerses herself in the urban scene and creates a snippet of the world around her in words and pictures, with nothing more hi-tech than a fountain pen and a small box of watercolours.

An Irish Atlantic Rainforest

Daltun, Eoghan
An Post Irish Book Award winner, 2022