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Fever Pitch Event: Calling Publishers!

Working Together to Sell More Books: Fever Pitch Session: Booksellers’Association Conference This year, Publishing Ireland will join forces with the Booksellers’ Association in its networking conference event and dinner dance. In addition to a session on the successes and failures, which this time will include a panel of booksellers as well as publishers (Maria Dickenson of Dubray Books […]

So What Does ‘Brexit’ Mean For Us?

Almost four weeks since the British public went to the polls, and the result was a vote to leave the EU. Following this, the British government has said that ‘Brexit means Brexit’. This statement has particularly alarmed the Publisher’s Association of the UK, as well as numerous other industries and agencies. Does the statement reflect […]

The London Book Fair

From the 12th to the 14th April 2016, the 45th London Book Fair will take place in the Olympia, West London. It is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. The LBF has truly grown in the last few years with […]

Applications invited for Michael Hartnett Poetry Award

Press Release: Applications are currently being invited for the Michael Hartnett Poetry Award 2016, an annual scheme marking Newcastle West native Michael Hartnett’s contribution to literature in English and Irish. The 15th annual award is jointly funded by the Arts Office of Limerick City and County Council and The Arts Council. Each year the award […]

Doolin Writers’ Weekend Participants Announced

Press Release: The organisers of the Doolin Writers’ Weekend, one of Ireland’s newest and most popular annual literary festivals, have announced the line-up of participants in this year’s festival which takes place in Doolin, County Clare, on the weekend of the 4-6th March 2016. Organised by Hotel Doolin, the festival features readings by some of […]