The Rain Bridge : A Story for Rory€17.99
'There once was a boy who fell in love with a bridge. It was a beautiful bridge.
Gerald Dawe Selected Poems€19.99
Since its first appearance in book form in 1978 Gerald Dawe’s poetry has been praised for its ‘feeling of unpadded completeness and unforced structure’ Alastair MacLean, TLS. His achievement has been described by Dennis O’Driscoll as ‘brave and risk-taking, finely tuned and perfectly pitched’... See more
An Autumn Wind (Hardback)€29.99
Derek Mahon’s rich new collection turns its wide-angled lens on a ‘dozy seaside town’ in County Cork, four fellow Ulster poets, a bicycle shop in Delhi and the volcanic origins of the Canary Islands, against the background of a ‘cascading world economy’.
Harrowing of The Heart: The Poetry of Bloody Sunday€14.99
An illuminating, often disturbing insight into Derry's darkest day, Harrowing of the Heart: The Poetry of Bloody Sunday attempts to capture the disbelief and heartbreak felt by a nation through the artistic responses of a few.
The Burren Wall€14.99
The Burren and the Aran Islands have some of the most distinctive stone walls to be found anywhere. The walls, in their use of local stone and economical design, stand as linear monuments to local skill and hard-won endeavour.
W. B. Yeats, Works & Days : Treasures from the Yeats Collection (Hardback)€39.99
This book accompanied the Yeats Exhibition at the National Library of Ireland in 2006. The book celebrates the collection of Yeat's manuscripts and focuses chronically on his life. It is richly illustrated with photographs and reproductions from the collection.
A Rambler's Guide & Map The Shannon Valley€8.99
Natural Environment, Archaeology, History, Angling.
The Book of the Aran: The Aran Islands€29.99
The Book of Aran, likes its companion volume, The Book of the Burren, is aimed at the general reader who wants to gain a deeper understanding of one of the most intriguing landscapes in Europe.