Ireland Books & Writing


Adverbage
adverbage.com

Irish registered company offering ghostwriting, writing, editing and translation services.

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Ann Henning Jocelyn
annhenningjocelyn.com

Keylines by Ann Henning Jocelyn is a book for reading and rereading, for giving and sharing - a fund of poetic reflections on themes of deep concern to us all: love and loss, identity and purpose, personal growth, the end of life...

Anthony Sullivan
anthonysullivan.biz

Poetry and Lyrics from Anthony Sulivan. You can buy his book from the website by mail order.

Artemis Fowl
artemisfowl.com

Eoin Colfer is a best selling author. His first novel Benny and Omar was a number 1 bestseller in the UK. He is already at work on the next Artemis Fowl story.

Blackstaff Press
blackstaffpress.com

Launched in Belfast in 1971 with a book of political cartoons, Blackstaff Press is now regarded as one of Ireland's foremost publishers. Over 650 titles have been published, covering a wide range of subjects (mainly but not exclusively of Irish Interest) from history and politics to fiction, poetry and humour.

Calmar International Ltd
calmar.ie

Calmar International Ltd. is an Irish company publishing the National Training and Continuing Education Directory. It also provides businesses with computer, trainer and supervisory training.

Catherine Daly
catherinedaly.com

Official Website of Irish writer Catherine Daly, author of irish bestseller 'All Shook Up' and Charlotte's Way. Interviews, biography, press clippings, contact details. Free extracts and short stories.

Clo Iar-Chonnachta
cic.ie

Clo Iar-Chonnachta is the fastest-growing and most prolific publishing company in Ireland since its foundation in 1985, having published over 200 books in the Irish language, over 150 cassettes and 40 CD's over the past ten years.

Cois Life Teoranta
coislife.ie

Cois Life publishing company was founded in 1995. Current listings feature books for learners of Irish, young people, plays, fiction and poetry. Academic monographs are also published, in the series Lub ar Phar. Cois Life receives support from The Arts Council and Bord na Leabhar Gaeilge. The company is registered with CLE - Cumann Leabharfhoilsitheoiri Eireann.