Appletree Press is one of Ireland’s largest publishers of gift and guidebooks for an international market. It publishes in eight languages in its own right. These include French, Russian, Japanese, Greek and Spanish.
Artisan House Editions
Based in Letterfrack, Connemara, County Galway, Artisan House produce high quality publications on a richly diverse range of subject areas, including food and lifestyle, photography, art, music and culture.
Blackstaff publishes in a wide range of categories, including fiction, sport, cookery, travel and poetry.
Bradshaw Books, established in 1985, focuses primarily on publishing poetry books, the annual Cork Literary Review, the Eurochild anthology and individual collections by established and emerging poets.
Chartered Accountants Ireland
As well as being the only specialist accountancy publisher, the Publishing division of Chartered Accountanst Ireland publishes titles in taxation, law, business and management.
Cló Iar-Chonnachta was founded in 1985, and have published over 300 books and 160 music albums.
Literary and academic Irish-language publishers, founded 1996. 65 titles published. Full catalogue and on-line shop at www.coislife.ie
The Collins Press
Noteworthy Irish publisher, main categories published are Travel/Outdoors, Biography, Archaeology, History, Natural History, Sport.
Colourpoint Creative Ltd is the largest Northern Ireland publisher and one of Ireland’s leading publishers, specialising in range of subjects from Northern Ireland, Irish and general interest books covering historical, social, political, biographical and topical interests, to the long standing field of transport history and heritage. In addition, we are the largest Northern Ireland based educational publisher.
In April 1985 we published our first three titles under the newly-founded imprint, The Columba Press. We publish approximately thirty-five new titles per year and have around 350 books in print. Our continuing publishing programme seeks to keep up with the rapid changes in both church and society. Among Columba’s bestselling authors are James P. Mackey. Daniel J. O’Leary, Mark Patrick Hederman, Pat Collins, Tony Flannery, Sean Fagan and Brian D’Arcy.
In addition to our own publishing programme, Columba is also the European distributor for several leading US and Canadian publishers, and the Irish distributor for a number of British and Irish imprints.
Publishing in Irish Studies for over 80 years.
Dalkey Archive Press
Dalkey Archive Press is a leading publisher of world literature and nonfiction, and works to ensure the publication and dissemination of works in English and other languages.
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS)
The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies is a statutory corporation established in 1940 under the Institute for Advanced Studies Actof that year. It is a publicly-funded independent centre for research in basic disciplines.
Teach foilsitheoireachta é Futa Fata a fhéachann leis an gcaighdeán is airde a bhaint amach i gcónaí le gach leabhar a thagann uainn, bíodh sé sin ina leabhairín cairtchláir don pháiste óg nó ina shaothar neamhfhicsin don duine fásta. Tá leabhair do gach aoisghrúpa foilsithe againn, ach tá béim ar leith againn ar ábhar spreagúil a chur ar fáil do léitheoirí óga. Tá suim ar leith againn sa cheol agus sna hamhráin agus tá éileamh láidir ar na dlúthdhioscaí a thagann uainn.
Tuilleadh eolais: Scríobh chuig : firstname.lastname@example.org
M.H. Gill & Co.
Trading as Gill
Hume Avenue, Park West, Dublin 12, Republic of Ireland
Tel: +353 (0)1 5009500
A leading independent publisher and distributor in Dublin. Its founder and Chairman is Michael Gill and its Managing Director is Dermot O’Dwyer. Its origins date back to 1856 when M.H. Gill & Son, whose portfolio included printing and bookselling, was founded. In partnership with the Macmillan Group in London, Gill & Macmillan was founded in 1968. In 2013, the Macmillan shareholding was bought by the Gill family and the company rebranded, simply as Gill, in 2016.
An eclectic list of bestselling and award-winning titles: biography, cookery, history, current affairs, lifestyle, giftbooks, reference and children’s. Publisher of established authors and champion of new voices.
Primary and Post-Primary publisher. Working with the best educators in the country to create excellent books and resources, tailored to the Irish market. We also supply Irish schools with a carefully selected range of the most respected literacy and numeracy resources available worldwide.
Ireland’s largest distributor of books for publishers. Servicing over 50 publishers on a wide range of services, including physical distribution, sales representation, ONIX distribution and sales reporting.
Glasnevin Publishing is a Dublin based publisher of academic and general non-fiction books.
Hachette Books Ireland
One of Ireland’s leading publishers of commercial fiction and non-fiction. Part of the Hachette publishing group.
The History Press, Ireland
The History Press, Ireland is a publisher of local and general history books.
Institute of Public Administration
Publishes books dealing with public administration and related subject areas; Administration, a quarterly academic journal; Administration Yearbook & Diary and research reports.
Irish Academic Press
Dublin-based publisher of high quality books of Irish interest, including Irish History, Contemporary Irish History, Military and Political History, Literature, Arts and the Media, Social History, Women’s Studies and Genealogy.
The Irish Manuscripts Commission
The Irish Manuscripts Commission (IMC) is a public body founded in 1928. Its remit is based on the principles of dissemination, preservation and promotion of original source materials in public and private ownership for the history and cultural heritage of Ireland.
Irish Tax Institute
The Irish Tax Institute (ITI) is the leading professional body for taxation affairs in Ireland.
Teach foilsitheóireachta atá i Leabhar Breac a fhoilsionn leabhair Ghaeilge do shean agus og. Táimid lonnaithe in Indreabhan, i nGaeltacht Chois Fharraige.
Leabhar Breac is an Irish language publishing house offering translation rights to a wide range of books, literary fiction, general fiction and teenage fiction. Leabhar Breac is based in Indreabhán, Galway, Ireland. +353 91 593592
The Liffey Press Ltd
A publisher of non-fiction books in Ireland with over 125 titles in print.
Small press specialising in Irish history, biography, literature / essays, Joyce, literary fiction and nature / environment.
Little Island publishes quality fiction for older children and teenagers by Irish and international authors.
Long established, independent trade publisher of non fiction with limited adult and children’s fiction.
Messenger Publications publishes books associated with the Jesuits in Ireland and The Sacred Heart Messenger magazine. We publish both spirituality titles and trade titles, including the Father Browne Collection, and are one of Ireland’s oldest book publishers.
Based on Achill Island, Music Ireland publishes books of Irish music, from ballads to traditional music, suitable for everyone from beginners to accomplished musicians.
National Roads Authority
The National Roads Authority (NRA) was formally established as an independent statutory body under the Roads Act, 1993 with effect from 1 January, 1994.
The Authority’s primary function, under the Roads Act 1993, is to secure the provision of a safe and efficient network of National roads. For this purpose, it has overall responsibility for planning and supervision of construction and maintenance works on these roads.
New Island publish original and ground-breaking fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry, and the Open Door series.
The O’Brien Press Ltd
Ireland’s leading independent publisher of award-winning children’s fiction and bestselling adult non-fiction.
Oak Tree Press
Oak Tree Press develops and delivers information, advice and resources for entrepreneurs and managers.
Subsidiary of Penguin UK, publishing in all genres.
Roads Publishing is part of the Roads luxury group and is a high-end publisher of illustrated books, specialising in art, photography, culture and classics.
Royal Irish Academy
The Royal Irish Academy publishes books with the precise aim of communicating scholarly material to a wider public. Also publishes six scholarly journals, landmark series and monographs.
Somerville Press was founded in 2008 by Jane and Andrew Russell. They publish 4 fiction and non-fiction titles a year, mainly of Irish interest. They do their own sales and distribution and also sell books in Ireland for several UK and US publishers.
The Stinging Fly Press
Operated alongside literary journal. Publishing literary fiction, particular interest in new writers and short stories.
Transworld Ireland is a vibrant new imprint publishing a diverse range of fiction and non-fiction by Irish authors.
University College Dublin Press
UCD Press Publishers of the best of contemporary scholarly writing. UCD Press is a peer-reviewed publisher in a broad range of subjects including history, literary studies, music, and science. The Press has a special focus on Irish Studies. Their books are produced to the highest standards of design, editing, and printing while being publicised nationally and internationally. They are the publishing imprint of Ireland’s largest university, University College Dublin. All new proposals welcome.