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Near and There - New and Selected Poems

Boland, John
This collection is a choice of the author’s poems taken from a lifetime’s work. Each of the poems concerns a particular time and place in his life.

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.

Cornucopia - Carraig Dubh Writers' Group Anthology 2019

Carraig Dubh Writers Group (‘CDWG’) came about as a result of Creative Writing workshops run by the Blackrock DLR library service in 2017. The tutor and mentor for this programme was Leo Cullen, well known for his collection ‘Clocking Ninety on the Road to Cloughjordan’ (Blackstaff Press), his novel ‘Let’s Twist Again’ (Blackstaff Press), he is a regular contributor to ‘Sunday Miscellany’, RTE Radio, and short stories on BBC Radio 4. We are delighted to include some new work by Leo in this Anthology and particularly thank him for editing contributions and his generous encouragement of emerging writers. The contributors to this book have varying experience from early-stage to emerging status but all are enthusiastic and eager to express themselves on the written page. We hope you will enjoy this eclectic and varied collection as it issues from the horn of plenty and creativity- truly a Cornucopia experience.

National Treasures - A People's Archive


The Tunnel


Reality and its Representation

Dowdall, Paul
A way to build an understanding of yourself and the world, working from scratch and without recourse to mysticism, exceptionalism or complacency.

Undercurrents (Cathy Spragg series)

With no clues as to her identity or where she came from, the woman found drowned close to Carrabhain baffled the locals. Suspended from her job and spending time in her holiday home, this case intrigued DI Cathy Spragg. Sergeant Matt Bracken filled her in on the relevant details, in particular, how the victim had been brutally tortured. Undeterred by the rulebook and with the sergeant’s assistance, DI Spragg launched her own unofficial investigation which took her out of the country for answers as to who was responsible for such a heinous crime.

The Goats Cheese

Cookery book inspired by the food of coastal town Skerries.

Rails To Wexford - A Journey Through Time And Place

Geraghty, Gus

Fattening The Curves

Proceeds from the sale of this book go directly to St. Francis Hospice who doamazing work at the hardest of times. From an idea that was inspired by an illness in the midst of extraordinary community spirit and kindness, Fattening the Curves will serve as a reminder and memento of Covid-19 in the better times to come.

Irish CoCo

Holbrook, Tricia
CoCo Higgins lives in the shadow of her famous artistic father, who has made his name painting nude paintings of her mother. The same mother that walked out of her life when she was only nine years old. Together with her sister, and a baby brother who is obviously not her father’s child, they live with this man, who can only truly communicate on canvas.

Friends For All Seasons : A Year In The Garden

Hourican, Donagh
Join hungry hedgehogs, buzzy bees and slimy slugs as you read all about a year in an Irish garden and the visitors that it brings.