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

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Northern Ireland Yearbook 2023

The yearbook is a key publication that has been on the desks of the people of Northern Ireland for over 20 years. The essential guide to the public sector in Northern Ireland, the Yearbook is a unique publication in terms of the breadth and detail of its coverage.

Bored of Lunch: The Healthy Slow Cooker Book

Anthony, Nathan

The Fuss-Free Family Cookbook: No more separate meals for adults and children!: 100 healthy, easy, quick recipes for all the family

Attwell, Ciara
Say goodbye to separate meals for adults and children with 100 healthy, easy and quick recipes from the UK's No.1 food blogger, Ciara Attwell!

It's Not Where You Live, It's How You Live: Class and Gender Struggles in a Dublin Estate

Bissett, John
This ground-breaking and compelling book shows in fine detail the life struggles of those who live on a public housing estate in Dublin. Combining long-term research into residents' lived experience with critical realist theory, it provides a completely fresh perspective on public housing in Ireland and arguably, beyond.

Nietzsche and Irish Modernism

Bixby, Patrick
Nietzsche and Irish Modernism deftly traces the circulation of the German philosopher's ideas in Irish culture during the early years of the twentieth century. In doing so, the book demonstrates how Nietzsche's thought inspired new, disruptive modes of writing, which spoke to local historical circumstances and the predicaments of modernity at large -- .

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

Brierley, John
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.

Oscar Wilde on Trial: The Criminal Proceedings, from Arrest to Imprisonment

Bristow, Joseph
The most authoritative account of a pivotal event in legal and cultural history: the trials of Oscar Wilde on charges of "gross indecency"

The Wartime Irish Marine Service: The first-hand experiences of broadcaster Norris Davidson

Brunicardi, Daire
An engaging first-hand account of the Irish Defence Forces in the Second World War

Border Bandits and Delicate Flowers

Bunyan, James
This is a compendium of 80 individual accounts of people, places and events which JJ Bunyan can recall over the past sixty-five years. It traces his life, from growing up on a small farm cum rural post office in North Kerry in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s through to the present day.

Labour in Dun Laoghaire 1919-1999 (Elections and Candidates)

Callan, Charles
300-page book, divided between elections pages 1-131, followed by pen pictures of candidates from page 133 written by Charles Callan and Barry Desmond is Umiskin Press's 19th title

On Bloody Sunday: A New History Of The Day And Its Aftermath - By The People Who Were There

Campbell, Julieann
The first ever complete oral history of one of the darkest episodes of modern times.