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Old Romantics

Armstrong, Maggie
'Old Romantics' is an acutely observed and hideously entertaining collection of linked short stories from an astonishing new talent. Slippery, flawed and acute, Maggie Armstrong's narrator navigates a world of awkward expectation and latent hostility.

Spill Simmer Falter Wither

Baume, Sara

Seven Steeples

Baume, Sara
Taking place in a remote house in the south-west of Ireland, this rich and vivid novel spans seven years and speaks to the times we live in, asking how we may withdraw, how better to live in the natural world, and how the choices made or avoided lead us home.

Line Made by Walking - Tramp Press Edition

"When I finished Sara Baume's new novel I immediately felt sad that I could not send it in the post to the late John Berger. He, too, would have loved it and found great joy in its honesty, its agility, its beauty, its invention. Baume is a writer of outstanding grace and style. She writes beyond the time we live in." (Colum McCann). Struggling to cope with urban life - and with life in general - Frankie, a twenty-something artist, retreats to the rural bungalow on "Turbine hill" that has been vacant since her grandmother's death three years earlier. It is in this space, surrounded by nature, that she hopes to regain her footing in art and life.


Baume, Sara
In this contemplative short narrative, artist and acclaimed writer Sara Baume charts the daily process of making and writing, exploring what it is to create and to live as an artist. Elegantly encompassing images and in itself a significant artefact, handiwork offers observations that are at once gentle and devastating on the nature of art, grief and a life lived well.


Bourke, Niall
Willard, his mother and his girlfriend Nyla have spent their entire lives in an endless journey where daily survival is dictated by the ultimate imperative: obey the rules, or you will lose your place in the Line.

The Horse of Selene

Casey, Juanita
On a remote island off the West coast of Ireland in the 1970s, young farmer Micael catches sight of a girl on a beach with long hair so blonde it could be white. Befriending the girl and her travelling companions, a world of possibility opens up to Micael - but where there's opportunity, there is also peril ...

The Town in Medieval Ireland in the light of recent …

Corlett & Potterton

Pathways to the Cosmos

Doyle Peigin
The alignment of megalithic tombs in Ireland and Atlantic Europe .

The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls

Eltahawy, Mona
A bold and uncompromising feminist manifesto that shows women and girls how to defy, disrupt, and destroy the patriarchy by embracing the qualities they've been trained to avoid.

Your Own Dark Shadow: A Selection of Lost Irish Horror Stories

Fennell, Jack
'My hand holding the revolver dropped limply to my side when, in the full glare of the lamp, I saw the Creature that squatted in the doorway ...' Edited and introduced by Jack Fennell, this collection of lesser-known works of classic Irish horror includes stories by William Carleton, Henry de Vere Stacpoole, Mildred Darby and more.

It Rose Up: A Selection of Lost Irish Fantasy Stories

Fennell, Jack
With strange combinations of occultism, electricity, magic and playfully Biblical archetypes, the fifteen darkly funny stories in this book illuminate a side of Irish literary history that is often overlooked.