Fake Accounts: A mischievous satire for the social media age

Books Andrea Cleary 2 days ago

Who Was Responsible for the Troubles?: A critical analysis of the IRA’s leading role in the conflict

Books Pat Rabbitte 2 days ago

The Muslim Problem: A convincing and cogent analysis of Islamic identity

Books Niamh Donnelly 2 days ago

Think Again: Why changing your mind is often the clever thing to do

Books Andrew Lynch 2 days ago

Megan Nolan interview: A relationship with writing

Books Tadhg Hoey 3 days ago

Roisin Kiberd: ‘It might not be love that keeps us typing. It might be mutual boredom, or loneliness’

Books Roisin Kiberd 3 days ago

Stardust Baby: A young life scarred by tragedy

Books Andrew Lynch 1 week ago

America in Retreat: How the US let China get ahead in the race for world domination

Books Brendan Daly 1 week ago

Read all about it at Fonsie Mealy’s collectors’ sale

Online book sale at Crawford Art Gallery

The Dark Room: A west Cork thriller with twists, turns and things that go bump in the night

Books John Walshe 2 weeks ago

Susan O’Keeffe: A self-appointed saviour is not the answer to climate change

All the world’s a page in De Búrca Rare Books catalogue

Back to the future: Mark O’Connell interview

Books Alex Meehan 3 weeks ago

Hidden Lies: A debut Irish thriller is a qualified success

Books Andrea Cleary 1 month ago

Lessons from the lockdown

Radio and theatre: Edna O’Brien sheds light on the ‘dangerous’ vocation of writing

Theatre Sara Keating 2 months ago

Doireann Ni Ghriofa: ‘I don’t think we have anything to fear from the kingdom of the dead’

Books Niamh Donnelly 2 months ago

2020: the year in culture

Think Like a Monk: Dig deep for Shetty’s profound thoughts

Books Andrea Cleary 3 months ago