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Lilliput Press

The Lilliput Press is one of Ireland’s smallest and most prestigious publishing houses. Lilliput was founded in 1984 by Antony Farrell in County Westmeath and moved to its present locale in Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, in 1989. More than 600 titles have appeared under our imprint; these encompass works of Irish interest in a number of areas including literary fiction, biography and a wide range of non-fiction. Lilliput is known for discovering exciting new talents such as Donal Ryan, Rob Doyle, Elske Rahill, Adrian Duncan and Alice Lyons. We champion the centrality of the book in Irish life and culture, and we are very proud to continue to nurture writing of the highest calibre.

Under the Metal Man: Sligo in Yeats

by Joseph M. HassettLilliput Press

The Moving Land: Ireland in Image and Verse

by Billy MundowLilliput Press


by Estelle BirdyLilliput Press

Francis Bacon’s Nanny

by Maylis BesserieLilliput Press


by Catriona ShineLilliput Press

Thirsty Ghosts

by Emer MartinLilliput Press

No Better Boy: Listening to Paddy Canny

by Helen O'SheaLilliput Press

An File, Mícheál Ó Gaoithín, The Blasket Painter

by Mícheál Ó GaoithínLilliput Press

The Road to Riverdance

by Bill WhelanLilliput Press

The State of Dark

by Judith MokLilliput Press

Little Republics: The Story of Bungalow Bliss

by Adrian DuncanLilliput Press

Fierce Love: The Life of Mary O’Malley

by Bernard AdamsLilliput Press

Road to Repeal: 50 Years of Struggle in Ireland for Contraception and Abortion

by Therese Caherty, Pauline Conroy, Derek SpiersLilliput Press

Fierce Love: The Life of Mary O’Malley

by Bernard Adams Lilliput Press

Left Without a Handkerchief

by Robert O'Byrne Lilliput Press

Yell Sam, If you Still Can

by Maylis Besserie Lilliput Press

The Geometer Lobachevsky

by Adrian Duncan Lilliput Press