Banshee Press is a small Irish independent publisher responsible for a literary journal of the same name as well as a select list of books. Banshee is a print journal published twice a year - in spring and autumn - and features short stories, flash fiction, poetry, personal essays and interviews.
Books Ireland Magazine
Books Ireland showcases the vibrant range of Irish books and literature published at home and abroad through reviews, author interviews, featured articles and events.
Cló Iar-Chonnacht publishes Irish-language books and is one of the largest private Irish language publishing companies in Ireland. CIC publishes a wide range of literature including anthologies of poetry, short stories and songs, novels, teenage fiction and children's books and also some bilingual books.
Cúirt International Festival of Literature
Curlew Editions publishes Winter Papers, Ireland's annual anthology for the arts. It offers fiction, non-fiction, poetry, photography, visual arts, along with craft interviews and in-conversation pieces on writing, film, theatre, photography and music.
Dalen Éireann publishes primarily graphic novels and strip cartoons in Irish and is an imprint of Dalen (Llyfrau) Cyf, a small publisher based in West Wales.
Dalkey Book Festival
Doire Press is a small, independent publisher that focuses primarily on publishing new and emerging writers who give voice to what it means to be Irish in a changing Ireland.
Dublin Book Festival
The Dublin Book Festival showcases, supports and develops Irish publishing by programming, publicising and selling Irish published books, their authors, editors and contributors.
Fish Publishing is an independent publishing company focused on encouraging and promoting new writers. It offers a variety of resources for writers including writing courses and editorial support.
Futa Fata are a independent publishing house and music label, based in Spiddal, Co. Galway, in the Gaeltacht region of Connemara.
The Irish section of the International Board on Books for Young People. iBbY Ireland is a voluntary body and membership is open to any organisation or individual who has an interest in and is committed to the aims and mission of IBbY Ireland.
A journal of contemporary writing
Irish Writers' Centre
Founded in 1991, the Irish Writers Centre is the national resource centre for Irish literature. The centre supports, informs and promotes writers at all stages of their development.
International Literature Festival Dublin
Literature Ireland is the national agency in Ireland for the promotion of Irish literature abroad. We work to build an international awareness and appreciation of contemporary Irish literature, primarily in translation.
Little Island Books is an award-winning independent Irish publishing company. Little Island publishes books for children and young adults.
Match in the Dark
The Museum of Literature Ireland - a collaboration between the National Library of Ireland and University College Dublin. MoLI is located in Newman House, the original home of the University and a site full of unique literary history.
Munster Literature Centre
Based in a centre in Cork city, dedicated to supporting and developing literature and writers throughout Munster. Also runs a number of literary festivals and awards.
New Island Books
Ó Bhéal hosts poetry events in Cork including the annual Winter Warmer Festival.
Poetry Ireland is the national organisation dedicated to developing, supporting and promoting poetry throughout Ireland and internationally. They achieve this through four core activities, publications, readings, the provision of an information and resource service and education and outreach.
Salmon Poetry was established in 1981 as an alternative voice in Irish literature. It publishes The Salmon journal of poetry and prose and specialises in the promotion of new poets, particularly women poets.
Skein Press was established in June 2017 to foster and publish writers whose work is fresh and thought-provoking and features outlooks and experiences not often represented in Irish publishing.
The Dublin Review
The Dublin Review is a quarterly magazine of essays, memoir, reportage and fiction.
The Gallery Press
The Lilliput Press
The Stinging Fly
The Stinging Fly magazine was established in 1997 to seek out, publish and promote the very best new Irish and international writing.
The Well Review
The Well Review (TWR) journal was founded in 2016. TWR regularly collaborates with festivals and arts organisations to showcase the world's most exciting writers and artists. It publishes two pamphlets per year and hosts regular events and workshops from April to December.
Tramp Press is an independent publishing company that was launched in 2014 to find, nurture and publish exceptional literary talent. Tramp is based in Ireland and Scotland, and publishes internationally.
Words Ireland is a grouping of seven literature organisations who work together collaboratively to provide coordinated professional development and resource services to the literature sector.