A. A. Farmar publish general
non-fiction including books on medical, social and business history. Unsolicited manuscripts accepted: Yes. Please contact Anna Farmar before submitting manuscript.An Gúm
Irish language publisher of children s books, school textbooks, dictionaries, music and general readers for adults.
In operation since 1958, An Sagart is an Irish Language Publisher of Folklore, Biography, Drama, Poetry, Journals, Literary Criticism History, Prose, Spirituality and Theology.
Irish publishing for children of all ages
arlenhouse.ie; Feminist and academic titles.
Associated Editions publish books on a variety of subjects including Architecture, Art, Art History, Artists Books, Childrens Books, Design, Limited Editions, Music and Social History.
Blackhall Publishing, founded in 1997 and based in Dublin, is one of Ireland s leading independent non-fiction publishing houses. They publish titles for the general public as well as academic books. Key areas of specialisation are law, business, management, social issues and life issues. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. Please see website for submission details.
blackstaffpress.com; Blackstaff publishes in a wide range of categories, including fiction, sport, cookery, travel and poetry.
Publisher of fiction and non-fiction.
Formed in 1998, Carysfort Press publishes books on Drama, Literary Criticism, Music and the Arts Humanities.
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
Main categories published are Travel/Outdoors, Biography, Archaeology, History, Natural History, Sport. They do not publish poetry or fiction.
55a, Spruce Avenue, Stillorgan Industrial Park, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. The Columba Press is an independent publisher of religious books with an emphasis on mainline Christian books. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts on religious topics. Send samples and outlines first; email [email protected]
Publishing in Irish Studies for over 80 years.
Columba s secular imprint, publishes a varied list of non-fiction titles, including biography, history, sport and lifestyle.
De Barra Publishing is an educational publisher specialising in early year’s education and pre-school products and services.
Publishing contemporary poetry from Ireland and poetry in translation from around the world since 1985.
Publishers of educational textbooks for primary and postprimary schools in Ireland.
Flyleaf Press was founded in 1987 and is Ireland’s major specialist publisher of family history and genealogy titles.
Expanding rapidly from a theology base, now publishes high-class academic publications in fields as diverse as Celtic Studies, Medieval Studies, Modern History, Art, Literature and Legal Studies. Unsolicited manuscripts not accepted. Please contact by telephone or email first. See website for contact details.
Independent music label and publishing house (publishing in English and Irish simultaneously), based in Spiddal, Co. Galway in the region of Connemara, on Ireland s Atlantic coast.
Publishers of contemporary Irish poetry, drama and prose.
Ireland s largest publisher, with lists in general interest non-fiction, secondary and tertiary education texts. Accept unsolicited manuscripts. See website for further details.
N Ireland’s leading independent publishers, Guildhall produces high-quality fiction, local history, literary, academic, social issue, Irish language and photographic publications with global appeal. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. Please see their website for instructions.
One of Ireland’s leading publishers of commercial fiction and non-fiction. Part of the Hachette publishing group. Unsolicited manuscripts; not accepted. Fiction and Non-fiction: They accept submissions from agents and previously published authors. Please send opening chapters (circa 100 pages) a detailed synopsis and biography to Hachette Books Ireland, 8, Castlecourt Centre, Castleknock, Dublin 15 or by email to [email protected]
The History Press, Ireland is a publisher of local and general history books.
Dublin-based publisher of 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. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. Considers non-fiction manuscripts of academic and general trade nature on history, politics, arts, theatre and film, literature and society regarding Ireland. Please contact by email at [email protected] to request book proposal form.Irish Pages
A Belfast journal combining Irish, European and international perspectives.Laurel Cottages Ltd.
Illustrated local books and prints of Ireland and England from Cottage Publications.
Liberties Press accept unsolicited submissions for both non-fiction and fiction between 1 January and 31 March each year. They publish primarily for the Irish market and urge those submitting to ensure their work is in line with their current list, which broadly focuses on Irish interest non-fiction including history, memoir, biography, politics, current affairs, sport and lifestyle. They do not accept unsolicited submissions for poetry. More at http://www.libertiespress.com/Articles.asp?ID=251
A publisher of non-fiction books in Ireland with over 125 titles in print. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. Prefer manuscripts to be sent via email; [email protected] Website: www.theliffeypress.com; please see website for further submission details.
Small press specialising in Irish history, biography, literature / essays, Joyce, literary fiction and nature / environment.
Little Island publishes fiction for older children and teenagers by Irish and international authors.
Little Island is an imprint of New Island. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. Non-illustrated fiction for older children and teenagers. Send submissions by email only to [email protected] synopsis and first 3 chapters or 50 pages.
Publishes short easy-to-read books with the essentials for busy Managers across a range of topics.
Maverick House specialises in non-fiction, current affairs and sport for Ireland and the world.
Long established, independent trade publisher of non fiction with limited adult and children s fiction. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts from authors and illustrators. Currently seeking mainly history, biography/memoir, politics/current affairs, sport, lifestyle and cookery, folklore and humour. Non-fiction submissions: Please send one-page cover letter, author CV (including 200 word bio), and a synopsis of not more than 1,500 words by email to [email protected].ie Allow 6-8 weeks for a response. Fiction submissions; send one-page cover letter, author CV, including a 200 word biography and 3 sequential chapters (best to send first three chapters) to above email.
Publisher of Irish non-fiction titles across a range of subjects. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. Send proposal by email, which includes a complete synopsis (2-page maximum) and a sample chapter. Email: [email protected]
Based on Achill Island, Music Ireland publishes books of Irish music, from ballads to traditional music, suitable for everyone from beginners to accomplished musicians.
New Island publish fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry, and the Open Door series. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. Send submissions by post only to New Island Books, 2, Brookside, Dundrum Road, Dublin 14. Synopsis and first 3 chapters or 50 pages.
Ireland s leading independent publisher of award-winning children s fiction and bestselling adult non-fiction. Accepts unsolicited manuscripts. No poetry. Please submit by post only. See website for further submission details.
Oak Tree Press develops and delivers information, advice and resources for entrepreneurs and managers.
Irish publisher produces and sells quality books with interesting, not always mainstream, topics.
Orpen Press publishes informative, practical and relevant Irish non-fiction, focused on what affects people s lives in Ireland now. The subject matter of our books ranges from the political to the personal.
We look for proposals that suit our current list, and from those with a profile in their specific area. We do accept submissions from previously unpublished authors.
Subsidiary of Penguin UK, publishing in all genres. See website for submission guidelines.
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