• Natasha Mac a'Bháird

    Mac a'Bháird, Natasha

    Natasha Mac a’Bháird is a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of the bestselling wedding planning guide, The Irish Bride’s Survival Guide and her latest book is The Irish Bridesmaid's Guide. Her first two children’s books, Missing Ellen and Olanna’s Big Day, were both chosen for the White Ravens Collection.   (more)

    • The Irish Bridesmaid's Guide
    • The Irish Bride's Survival Guide
  • Liam Mac Uistin

    Mac Uistin, Liam

    Liam Mac Uistin was a well-known author and playwright. His versions of ancient Irish stories and legends have been published in the Irish language by An Gúm. His plays for stage, television and radio have been produced in many European countries and in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. His television play The Glory and the Dream won the Radio Telefís Éireann award.   (more)

    • Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth
    • The Táin
    • Written in My Heart
    • A View from Above
    • Sworn to Silence
  • Maire MacSwiney Brugha

    MacSwiney Brugha, Maire

    Máire is the daughter of Terence MacSwiney, one of the greatest figures in Ireland's history, and Muriel, a member of the wealthy Murphy distillery family. Her fascinating life which dragged her from Cork to Germany, and then back to the gaeltacht where, as a teenager, she learned Irish before re-learning English.   (more)

    • History's Daughter
  • Éamonn MacThomáis

    MacThomáis, Éamonn

    Éamonn MacThomáis (13 January 1927–16 August 2002) was an author, broadcaster, historian, Irish Republican, advocate of the Irish Language and lecturer. He presented his own series on Dublin on RTÉ during the 1970s and was well known for guided tours and lectures of his beloved Dublin.   (more)

    • Me Jewel and Darlin' Dublin
  • Martine Madden

    Madden, Martine

    Martine Madden was born in Limerick, worked in Dublin and later moved to the United Arab Emirates with her husband John. The stories recounted to her by the Armenian diaspora there prompted her interest in Armenian history and formed the basis of the novel Anyush. Martine returned to Ireland in 1990 and now lives in the Midlands with her husband and five children.

    • Anyush
  • Maguire, Neven

    One of Ireland's premier chefs, Neven Maguire was born and reared in Blacklion, County Caven, where he runs MacNean House and Restaurant. He has written many cookery books and appeared regularly on television and radio both at home and internationally. 

    • Brian McDermott's Donegal Table
    • Burren Dinners
    • Dingle Dinners
  • Manning, Mary

    Mary Manning first spoke about her experiences on the Sean Moncreiff radio show, speaking anonymously as "Catherine". Overcoming incredible hardship she has emerged with the strength to carry on and share her story, as well as striving to see justice done.

    • Nobody Will Believe You
    • Food for Friends
    • Food To Love
    • All in the Cooking
    • All in the Cooking
  • Eithne Massey

    Massey, Eithne

    Eithne Massey has written many books for both adults and children, mainly based on the legends of Ireland. Her adaptation of the award-winning movie The Secret of Kells is set in the time of the early Viking raids; The Silver Stag of Bunratty and Where the Stones Sing are set in Norman Ireland; and Blood Brother, Swan Sister at the time of the Battle of Clontarf.   (more)

    • Legendary Ireland
    • Irish Wit
  • Pat McAfee

    McAfee, Pat

    Pat McAfee is a stone mason and lectures widely, both in Ireland and abroad, on all aspects of stonework. You can visit his own website here.
    • Irish Stone Walls
    • Stone Buildings
  • McCafferty, Kate

    Kate McCafferty was born in the United States and received her Ph.D. in English. Since then she has taught English in colleges all over the world. She has published, essays, poems and short fiction pieces in a number of publications. She lives in Ireland.
    • Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl
  • Sean McCann

    McCann, Sean

    Sean McCann was a distinguished author and journalist. He wrote more than 25 books covering a wide range of subjects ranging from roses to Irish history and sport. His main hobby was rose growing, for which he was awarded many international prizes. He lived in Dublin and was the father of prize-winning author Colum McCann.

    • The Wit of Oscar Wilde
    • Irish Wit
    • The Wee Book of Irish Wit & Malarkey
  • Justine McCarthy

    McCarthy, Justine

    JUSTINE MCCARTHY is an award-winning journalist with The Sunday Times and a frequent broadcaster. She is also the author of Mary McAleese: The Outsider.

    • Deep Deception
  • McClean, Donn

    DONN McCLEAN is a sports writer, specialising in horse racing. He has written for many publications, and is currently the main features writer on horse racing for The Sunday Times in Ireland and The Irish Field. He is also the author of four racing biographies and is a regular analyst on TV and radio.   (more)

    • Thrills and Spills
    • Paddy Cole
  • McConville, Rory

    Rory McConville has been working in the comic book industry since he was sixteen. In that time he has written for DC Comics, Newbold Enterprises, Shadowline Comics and Fan-Atic Press. He currently studies English and History at University College Cork.

    • Big Jim
  • Sinead McCoole

    McCoole, Sinead

    SINÉAD MCCOOLE is a well-known historian and the author of a number of books on women and history. Sinéad has also scripted a series of short films, Women of 1916, for RTÉ. She currently works as a historical and picture researcher, and an exhibition curator.

    • No Ordinary Women
  • Brian McDermott

    McDermott, Brian

    Brian McDermott is an award-winning chef and food consultant who is passionate about sharing his love of food with others. As a host, presenter and demonstrator, he is one of the most sought-after chefs on the Irish food-festival circuit. He is the chef-proprietor of the Foyle Hotel by Chef Brian McDermott in Moville, County Donegal, which is also home to his cookery school.   (more)

    • Brian McDermott's Donegal Table
    • Traditional Irish Cooking for Today
  • McEneaney, Eamonn

    Eamonn McEneany is Waterford's city historian and the Director of the Waterford Treasures Museum. The Waterford Treasures Museum has won several awards, both for the quality of the exhibits and the way in which the displays bring the historic objects to life in imaginative and unexpected ways.
    • Discover Waterford
  • McGann, Kunak

    Kunak McGann grew up in Drogheda back in the days when electronic tablets were unheard of (she can still remember the excitement when the family got a ZX Spectrum – Luna Crabs, anyone?) and playing out on the street was the most fun kids could imagine. Eventually, she had to grow up and get a proper job.   (more)

    • Red Rover, Red Rover!
    • The A to Z of Being Irish
    • Irish Mammy in Your Pocket
  • Sean McGoldrick

    McGoldrick, Sean

    Sean McGoldrick is a sports journalist for the Sunday World. He was shortlisted for Sports Journalist of the Year at the Bord Gáis Energy National Media Awards 2009.

    • Punching Above their Weight
    • The Dublin Marathon
  • Frank McGuinness

    McGuinness, Frank

    Frank McGuinness is Professor of Creative Writing in University College Dublin. A world-renowned playwright, his first great stage hit was the highly acclaimed ‘Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme’. He is also a highly skilled adapter of plays by writers such as Ibsen, Sophocles, Brecht, and writer of several film scripts, including Dancing at Lughnasa, and he has published several anthologies of poetry. 

    • Surge
    • Arimathea
    • The Woodcutter and his Family
  • Eamon McGuire

    McGuire, Eamon

    Described by the CIA as 'the chief technical officer' of the IRA, Eamon McGuire was involved in undercover activity for over twenty years. He is the only person ever extradited from the Republic to the USA for political activities.

    • Enemy of the Empire
  • Fiona McPhillips

    McPhillips, Fiona

    Fiona McPhillips is an author, journalist and interiors fanatic. Having survived a complete home renovation and extension, she was inspired to write down all the tips, tricks and techniques she learned along the way, with a little help from the experts. Fiona lives in her never-quite-finished home in Dublin with her husband, three kids, a dog and two cats.

    • Make The Home You Love
  • Lisa McVeigh

    McVeigh, Lisa

    Lisa McVeigh studied architecture at Queen’s University, Belfast and worked for Campbell Conroy Hickey Architects in Dublin before setting up DMVF Architects. Lisa specialises in residential projects and has an RIAI accreditation in health and safety and a Grade 3 accreditation in conservation.

    • Make The Home You Love
  • Merriman, Brian

    Brian Merriman or in Irish Brian Mac Giolla Meidhre (circa 1749 – 27 July 1805) was an Irish language poet and teacher. His single surviving work of substance, the 1000-line long Cúirt An Mheán Oíche (The Midnight Court) is widely regarded as the greatest comic poem in the history of Irish literature.

    • The Midnight Court
  • Máire Mhac an tSaoi

    Mhac an tSaoi, Máire

    Probably the leading Irish language poet of the twentieth century, Máire has published many highly acclaimed volumes of verse, articles, short stories and translations.

    • The Miraculous Parish / An Paróiste Míorúilteach
  • Sam Millar

    Millar, Sam

    Sam Millar is a bestselling crime writer and playwright from Belfast, Northern Ireland. He has won numerous literary awards and his books have all been critically praised.

    His incredible life was explored in RTE's Documentary on One in August 2020: The Seven Million Dollar Man

    • The Dark Place
    • Bloodstorm
    • The Darkness of Bones
  • Mills, Richard

    Richard Mills, born in Provence, moved to West Cork at the age of 16. Since then he has combined the career of press photographer with The Irish Examiner and Evening Echo, with that of keen wildlife photographer, garnering many national and international awards and seeing his images published across the world.   (more)

    • Old Ways, Old Secrets
    • Follow the Old Road
    • Brehon Laws
  • Angus Mitchell

    Mitchell, Angus

    Angus Mitchell was born in Africa and educated in England. From 1987 to 1992 he lived in Spain where he wrote extensively on Spanish culture, food and cinema and published the widely-acclaimed Spain: Interiors, Gardens, Architecture, Landscape (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1992).  From 1992-98 he lived in Brazil where he worked as a film and television correspondent and helped to develop the award-winning historical drama, Carlota Joaquina: Princess of Brazil (1995).   (more)

    • Roger Casement
  • Moore, Christy

    Christopher Andrew "Christy" Moore (born 7 May 1945) is an Irish folk singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He is well known as one of the founding members of both Planxty and Moving Hearts. His first album, Paddy on the Road (a minor release of 500, although made available again on CD through his website and at gigs in 2010) was recorded with Dominic Behan (brother of Brendan) in 1969.   (more)

    • The Christy Moore Songbook
  • Mary Morrissy

    Morrissy, Mary

    Mary Morrissy is the author of three novels, Mother of Pearl, The Pretender and The Rising of Bella Casey, and a collection of stories, A Lazy Eye. Her second collection of stories, Prosperity Drive, is forthcoming in 2016.

    Mother of Pearl, her first novel, was shortlisted for the Whitbread Award (now Costa) and The Pretender and The Rising of Bella Casey were both nominated for the Dublin Impac International Literary Award.   (more)

    • The Rising of Bella Casey
    • Belfast
    • Das Goldene Buch - Belfast
  • Peter Mulryan

    Mulryan, Peter

    Peter Mulryan became interested in the world of food and drink over a decade ago while filming in France and went on to make numerous programmes about cooking and, of course, alcohol. After visiting just about every distillery in Scotland and Ireland, Peter married his Scottish bride on the Isle of Skye last year.   (more)

    • The Whiskeys of Ireland
    • All in the Cooking
  • Brendan Murphy

    Murphy, Brendan

    BRENDAN MURPHY began work as a press photographer in 1974 having previously been a barman and publican in the Falls Road area of west Belfast. In a newspaper career spanning four decades he has won all the major awards in Northern Irish press photography. Brendan’s work has appeared in most of the major Irish newspapers as well as many of the London-based tabloids and broadsheets and several European magazines and newspapers.   (more)

    • Eyewitness
  • Colin Murphy

    Murphy, Colin

    Colin Murphy is the author of The Most Famous Irish People You’ve Never Heard Of and co-author of the bestselling ‘Feckin’ collection (The O’Brien Press). His début historical novel Boycott (Brandon) was published in 2012 to great acclaim. 

    • The Priest Hunters
    • Who's Feckin' Who in Irish History
    • In The Name of Jaysus!
    • Burren Dinners
    • Dingle Dinners
  • Joe Murphy

    Murphy, Joe

    Joe Murphy was born in 1979 in Co. Wexford, Ireland. In Enniscorthy Vocational College, he excelled at English, winning several awards and being shortlisted for Young Science Fiction Writer of the Year. Joe studied English at University College Dublin where he received 1st Class Hons and a scholarship to complete a Masters in Early Modern Drama.   (more)

    • I Am In Blood
  • Róisín Ní Ghairbhí

    Ní Ghairbhí, Róisín

    Dr Róisín Ní Ghairbhí is a lecturer in the Department of Irish, St. Patrick’s College, Dublin City University. She is co-editor with Eugene McNulty of Patrick Pearse, Collected Plays/Drámaí an Phiarsaigh (Irish Academic Press, 2013). She has published widely on various aspects of modern Irish literature and culture and is active in various cultural organisations, including the Imram literary festival and Conradh na Gaeilge.

    • Willie Pearse
  • Eanna Ní Lamhna

    Ní Lamhna, Eanna

    Éanna Ní Lamhna has a degree in Botany and Mircobiology and a H. Dip in Education from UCD. She is a long-standing member of the panel of experts on RTÉ’s wildlife programme ‘Mooney goes Wild’, and one of the most instantly recognisable voices on Irish radio. Originally from Louth, she now lives in Dublin, since 1967, and has been president of An Taisce since July 2004.   (more)

    • Wild Dublin
    • Fond Memory
  • Alan Nolan

    Nolan, Alan

    Alan Nolan lives and works in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. He has written and illustrated many books and comics for children and grown-ups, including Fintan’s Fifteen, Conor's Caveman and the Murder Can Be Fatal series.

    • 1913 - Larkin's Labour War
  • Giles Norman

    Norman, Giles

    Giles Norman is a photographer renowned for his atmospheric and arresting of black and white images. His extensive body of work ranges from dramatic landscapes to bold abstracts and timeless singular images. Giles has also travelled beyond the wild Irish shores, capturing contemporary scenes from the world’s greatest cities.   (more)

    • Wild Atlantic Way
  • Honor O Brolchain

    O Brolchain, Honor

    Honor Ó Brolcháin is a grand-niece of Joseph Plunkett and has access to the family archives and memorabilia. She is also the author of All In The Blood: A Memoir of Geraldine Plunkett Dillon.

    • Joseph Plunkett
  • Ó Conaill, Séamus

    Dublin-based writer,  Séamus Ó Conaill teaches in University College Dublin and works for publishers Gill Books. His short fiction has been published in a number of journals, featured on RTÉ Radio, and he has read at many festivals and universities in Ireland, China, Spain and the USA.   (more)

    • You Know You're Irish When ...
    • Irish Home Essentials
  • Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin

    Ó hAllmhuráin, Gearóid

    Dr Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin is an Irish historian and anthropologist specialising in ethnomusicology and currently lecturing in Concordia University, Montréal, where he holds the Johnson Chair in Québec and Canadian Irish Studies. A leading authority on the history of Irish traditional music, he is also an accomplished multi-instrumentalist with several All-Ireland titles on concertina and uilleann pipes to his credit.

    • A Short History of Irish Traditional Music
    • A Short History of Ireland
  • Brendan O'Brien

    O'Brien, Brendan

    Brendan O’Brien reported on Northern Ireland as RTÉ’s senior current affairs reporter beginning in 1974, and he made three major documentaries about the IRA. He won many awards for investigative journalism, including European Journalist of the Year 1998 and the Amnesty International Award 2001.   (more)

    • A Short History of Ireland
    • A Short History of the IRA
    • O'Brien Pocket History of the IRA
    • Das Book of Kells
    • Exploring the Book of Kells (Japanese)
    • Un Viaje a Través del Libro de Kells
  • O'Brien, Mary

    Mary O'Brien has set Simplex crosswords for the Irish Times for over 20 years.
    • The Big Book of Simplex Crosswords from The Irish Times
    • Simplex Crosswords From the Irish Times: Book 1
    • Simplex Crosswords from the Irish Times: Book 2
    • On The Banks of the Dodder
  • Billy O'Callaghan

    O'Callaghan, Billy

    Billy O'Callaghan was born in Cork in 1974, and is the author of three previous short story collections: In Exile (2008) and In Too Deep (2009), both published by the Mercier Press, and The Things We Lose, the Things We Leave Behind (2013) published by New Island Books, the title story of which earned him the 2013 Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Award for Short Story of the Year.   (more)

    • The Dead House
  • John O'Callaghan

    O'Callaghan, John

    Dr John O’Callaghan lectures in St. Angela’s College, Sligo. His research focuses on twentieth-century Ireland and processes of imperialism and nationalism, the education system, political and military history, sports history, and commemoration. His publications include: Teaching Irish Independence: History in Irish Schools, 1922-72 (Newcastle, 2009); Revolutionary Limerick - The Republican Campaign for Independence in Limerick, 1913-21 (Dublin, 2010); The Battle for Kilmallock (Cork, 2011); Subversive Voices: Narratives of the Occluded Irish Diaspora (Oxford, 2012); Plassey’s Gaels: GAA in the University of Limerick (Cork, 2013)

    • Con Colbert
  • O'Callaghan, Sean

    Sean O'Callaghan was borh in Killavullen, Co Cork in 1918. He was commissioned in the Irish Army in 1936. On leaving the army he baceme a journalist in Fleet St, as well as in Nairobi. He published his first book, The Easter Lily, in 1956, and became a full-time writer. He died as To Hell or Barbados went to press, in August 2000.

    • To Hell or Barbados
  • Brendan O'Carroll

    O'Carroll, Brendan

    International star of multiple BAFTA-award-winning TV series Mrs Brown's Boys and Mrs Brown's Boys: d'Movie, Brendan O’Carroll's story begins very modestly.

    The youngest of eleven children, Brendan O’Carroll was born in Dublin’s inner-city in 1955. His mother, Maureen, was a Labour TD (MP) and a huge influence on his life.   (more)

    • The Mammy (Audiobook)
    • The Mammy
    • The Chisellers
    • Ross O'Carroll-Kelly: The Teenage Dirtbag Years
    • Ross O'Carroll-Kelly, PS, I scored the bridesmaids
    • Ross O'Carroll-Kelly, The Miseducation Years
  • Brian O'Connell

    O'Connell, Brian

    Brian O’Connell is a former chairman of Shannon Heritage, the State company which operates a network of cultural tourism venues, such as Bunratty Castle, in Counties Limerick and Clare. In that role, and as a member of the Hunt Museums Trust, he had the opportunity to observe the economic and cultural legacy that John Hunt left to the region.   (more)

    • John Hunt
    • Dublin By Design
  • Christy O'Connor

    O'Connor, Christy

    CHRISTY O'CONNOR is a freelance journalist based in Ennis, Co. Clare. He formerly worked as sports correspondent in the Dublin newspaper industry. He is also a goalkeeper who played in two All-Ireland club hurling finals and he was a member of the Clare senior hurling panel for four years.
    • Last Man Standing
    • The Midnight Court
  • Niamh O'Connor

    O'Connor, Niamh

    Niamh O’Connor is the author of the best-selling book on the life and crimes of Catherine Nevin, The Black Widow. She is also Crime Correspondent with Ireland on Sunday. She has previously worked for The Examiner and RTÉ. Her experience in print journalism is extensive, and she has turned her talent to reporting in several different areas with great flair and precision.   (more)

    • The Black Widow
    • Cracking Crime
  • O'Connor, Ulick

    Oliver St John Gogarty himself appointed Ulick O'Connor to be his biographer. O'Connor spent six years researching published and unpublished material, as well as collecting the reminiscences of Gogarty's many friends to compose the book.

    • The Joyce We Knew
    • Oliver StJohn Gogarty
  • Valerie O'Connor

    O'Connor, Valerie

    VALERIE O’CONNOR is a cook, food writer and photographer; her column inches can be found in many national newspapers. She teaches classes in traditional cooking skills and has worked in professional kitchens from Brussels to Malaysia. She is a qualified Organic Horticulturalist and blogs about her food adventures at

    • Val's Kitchen
    • Fruit on the Table
    • Irish Bread Baking for Today
  • Donal O'Dea

    O'Dea, Donal

    Donal O'Dea is a senior Art Director at one of Ireland’s leading advertising agencies.

    • A Massive Book Full of FECKIN’ IRISH SLANG that’s Great Craic for Any Shower of Savages
    • 20 Things To Do In Dublin Before You Go For a Pint
    • The Feckin' Book of Bankers, Builders, Blaggers and Bowsies that Banjaxed the Nation
  • Daniel O'Donnell

    O'Donnell, Daniel

    A true sensation, Daniel has come from Kincasslagh in Donegal to capture the hearts of people throughout the world with his own unique style of music.

    • Living the Dream
    • Margo: Queen of Country & Irish
  • Ruán O'Donnell

    O'Donnell, Ruán

    RUAN O'DONNELL is head of the History Department at the University of Limerick & the official historian of the Robert Emmet Association. He has written for The Irish Times and several historical publications.

    • Patrick Pearse
    • The Invincibles
    • A Short History of Ireland's Famine
  • Niall O'Dowd

    O'Dowd, Niall

    Niall O’Dowd is founder and editor of The Irish Voice newspaper and Irish America magazine and creator of , the global Irish portal site launched in March 2009. He is also the author of Fire in the Morning, a book on the Irish in the World Trade Centre on 9/11. He is a frequent analyst on Irish-American affairs for CNN, for RTE and other radio and TV networks.   (more)

    • An Irish Voice
  • Eileen O'Driscoll

    O'Driscoll, Eileen

    Eileen O'Driscoll is a chartered physiotherapist and acupuncturist. She combines her busy Dublin practice with caring for her three children. A 'foodie' with a passion for good ingredients cooked with flair and ingenuity, this is her first book.

    • Best of Irish Soups
    • 'A Bit Of A Shemozzle’
    • Muck and Merlot
    • Best of Irish Home Baking
    • Best of Irish Traditional Cooking
  • Padraig O'Keeffe

    O'Keeffe, Padraig

    PÁDRAIG O'KEEFE is from Cobh, Co Cork. A former Legionnaire, he is now a security expert who works in the most dangerous parts of the world.

    • Hidden Soldier
  • Brendan O'Reilly

    O'Reilly, Brendan

    Brendan O’Reilly is an illustrator and senior art director in the world of advertising. He is also the first person to climb every mountain in Ireland over 500 metres, despite being as old as the hills himself. He is married to Bernie, and they have two children, Vincent and Isobel.

    • Who's Feckin' Who in Irish History
    • In The Name of Jaysus!
    • A Big Pile of Blarney
  • Peter O'Reilly

    O'Reilly, Peter

    Peter O'Reilly is the rugby correspondent with the Sunday Times. He has been reporting on rugby since 1995.
    • Six Nations, Two Stories
  • Joe O'Shea

    O'Shea, Joe

    Joe O'Shea is a journalist and broadcaster, originally from Cork but living and working in Dublin.

    He has been writing for a range of national newspapers and broadcast media since he was 19-years-of age, first as a news reporter and then as a feature writer and columnist. He has also devised and presented TV programmes.   (more)

    • Murder, Mutiny & Mayhem
  • Joe O'Toole

    O'Toole, Joe

    JOE O’TOOLE is an independent senator and President of ICTU (Irish Congress of Trade Unions). A teacher by profession, he was formerly General Secretary of the INTO, Ireland's largest teaching union. He grew up in Dingle, County Kerry.
    • Looking Under Stones
  • Jamie O’Connell

    O’Connell, Jamie

    Dublin-based writer, Jamie O’Connell teaches in University College Dublin and works in publishing. His short fiction has been published in a number of journals, featured on RTÉ Radio, and he has read at many festivals and universities in Ireland, China, Spain and the USA. His work has been short-listed for the Maeve Binchy Award and the Sky Arts Future’s Fund, and long-listed for BBC Radio 4 Opening Lines Short Story Competition.


    • Best-loved Joyce
  • Dr. O’Connor, Hubert

    Dr Hubert O’Connor was a well-known obstetrician and gynaecologist in Dublin. He played rugby for Ireland and was capped four times. After ten years’ post-graduate education in France and London, he set up his practice in Dublin. He was married to Anne, and they had two children. He spent thirty years researching the history of Barry O’Meara and Napoleon, and lectured on the subject all over the world.   (more)

    • Napoleon's Doctor
    • Ambassadors on Horseback
  • Franck Pavloff

    Pavloff, Franck

    FRANCK PAVLOFF is a psychologist and a specialist in children’s rights. He spent ten years working with community development projects throughout Africa and Asia and another twenty years supporting associations to combat delinquency and drug abuse. His published work includes novels for adults and children as well as two volumes of poetry.   (more)

    • Brown Morning
  • Peter Pearson

    Pearson, Peter

    Peter Pearson is an historian, conservationist and noted artist with a lifelong commitment to the protection and enhancement of Ireland's architectural heritage. He has attended demolitions of many great houses, rescuing their decorative period features, in the process amassing a vast body of knowledge on the crafts, social and economic history of places throughout Ireland.   (more)

    • On The Banks of the Dodder
    • Peter Pearson's Decorative Dublin
  • Nicola Pierce

    Pierce, Nicola

    Nicola Pierce published her first book for children, Spirit of the Titanic, to rave reviews and five printings within its first twelve months. City of Fate, her second book, transported the reader deep into the Russian city of Stalingrad during World War II. The novel was shortlisted for the Warwickshire School Library Service Award, 2014.   (more)

    • Mother From Hell
    • I Was a Boy in Belsen
    • Nobody Will Believe You
    • Irlande - Paysages Glorieux
    • À La Découverte du Livre de Kells
  • Luca Pizzari

    Pizzari, Luca

    A freelance cartoonist currently living and working in London, Luca Pizzari fell in love with the art of the Kubert brothers when he was nine and decided he wanted to make comic books for a living straight away. He’s been drawing ever since. Loves Occult and Pulp themes, '60s-'70s sleazy B-series movies and too many superhero comic books.   (more)

    • Granuaile: Queen of Storms
  • Power, Frances

    Frances Power is an editor, journalist and writer based in Dublin.
    • The Golden Book of Ireland [Russian]
    • The Golden Book of Ireland
    • Le Livre d'Or Irlande
    • James Joyce