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Arts and Literary Organisations (including writers groups)

An affiliation of creative artists in Ireland. Membership is by peer nomination and election and limited to 250 living artists who have produced a distinguished body of work. Visit website ...

Arts & Business Northern Ireland
Helping business and the arts work together in truly mutual partnerships. Visit website ...

The national development agency for the arts in Ireland. Visit website ...

The development agency for the arts in Northern Ireland. Visit website ...

Brokers, enables and supports creative partnerships between business, individuals and the arts. Visit website ...

a supportive group of writers who meet regularly in Teach Dolmen (on Tullow Street in Carlow Town). They bring their work to the group for collective critique ending each evening with a social drink. Visit website ...

Scríbhneoireacht, Foilsitheoireacht agus Léitheoireacht na Gaeilge a chothú. Suíomh Gréasáin

Promoting Irish arts worldwide. Visit website ...

18 Parnell Square, Dublin 1. Museum includes collection and displays in Irish literature, and the lives and works of individual Irish writers. Visit website ...

Fermanagh Writers
Formed in 2009, Fermanagh Writers members’ diverse backgrounds, writing goals and experience has created a unique entity in County Fermanagh. Visit website ...

Behan Square, Russell Street, Dublin 1 (close to Croke Park). A creative writing centre, established by Roddy Doyle and Sean Love. Helps students of all ages to develop their writing skills and to explore their love of writing. Visit website ...

An Ireland-wide initiative that provides a platform for people with great ideas to attract funding from friends, fans and followers across the world. Visit website ...

Supporting the development of illustration in Ireland; providing means by which these artists can promote themselves individually and through group activities. Visit Website ...

Promoting Irish literature abroad. Visit website ...

Public body with remit for dissemination, preservation and promotion of original source materials in public and private ownership for the history and cultural heritage of Ireland. Visit website ...

Professional association in Ireland representing the interests of practising translators and interpreters. Visit website ...

A non-profit organisation, aimed at promoting the literature and writers in Ireland. Visit website ...

Representing both Irish authors and writers from around the world who have chosen to make Ireland their home away from home. Visit website ...

19 Parnell Square, Dublin 1. Representing the collective interests of writers. Visit website ...

35 North Great George's Street, Dublin 1. The James Joyce Centre is dedicated to promoting an understanding of the life and works of James Joyce. Visit website ...

A blog for women writers in Kerry. Visit website ...

12 Barrington Street, Limerick, Co. Limerick. A not-for-profit organisation that supports, promotes and records the creative spark of Limerick writers. Visit website ...

Irish affiliate of the International Reading Association whose aim is to promote literacy worldwide. Visit website ...

Frank O’Connor House, 84 Douglas Street, Cork. A not-for-profit arts organisation dedicated to the promotion and celebration of literature, especially that of Munster. Visit website ...

Promoting the arts in Ireland's north west. A website for poetry, fiction, art and photography aimed at new and established writers and artists. Visit website ...

2 Proud's Lane, Off St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2. The national organisation for poetry in Ireland serving all 32 counties. Useful resources for all poets with an excellent guide to upcoming poetry events and news from the world of Irish poetry. Visit website ...

Cork’s weekly poetry event, each featuring guest poets, a poetry challenge and later open-mic. Visit website ...

Poetry and art from Ireland. Visit website ...

The School of English, Queens University, Belfast. BT7 1NN. Visit website ...

Kerry Literary and Cultural Centre, 24 The Square, Listowel, Co. Kerry. A visitor attraction in the Heritage Town of Listowel which presents the works of the great Kerry writers, including five of County Kerry’s most esteemed writers (John B. Keane, Bryan MacMahon, George Fitzmaurice, Brendan Kennelly and Maurice Walsh) in a unique audio-visual experience. Visit website ...

The international professional organization for writers and illustrators of children’s literature. Visit website ...

Aims to promote the practice, study and knowledge of oral storytelling in Ireland. Visit website ...

Providing practical support to professional visual artists throughout their careers. Visit website ...

Creative writing, literary news and reviews. In association with Longford County Council. Visit website ...

Galway. The only writers’ centre west of the Shannon. All the latest literary news and events from the West coast of Ireland on this lively and well-maintained blog. Visit website ...

The representative body in Ireland for writers for the stage, screen, radio and digital media. Visit website ...

Author Websites

Author of the biographies of Sophia of Hanover and John Toland, Irish rationalist philosopher and freethinker. Also a forthcoming biography of Count Axel von Fersen. Visit website ...

Website of Derrick Cranpole, poet, retired seafisherman, champion of seafarers and coastal communities. Visit website ...

Official website of Lana Lundy, author of fiction, fantasy, sci-fi and children stories. Visit website ...

Official website of Jack Kiernan, author of Is It Me? The Joseph Heffernan Story, an historical investigation into a century-old Irish murder mystery. Visit website ...

Website of James Linnane, author of poetry, memoir, short stories. Visit website ...

Colarado based author, novelist and storyteller, Tim Weil, shares his literary output. Visit website ...

Thrifty fashion, style, travel, food and fun. Visit website ...

The website of T.J. Gillespie (Tom na gCapaillín), horseman and author of I Want to Really Learn about Horses. Visit website ...

Blogs (Literary and Publishing)

Irish writer who blogs about publishing, e-publishing in particular. He has written two books on this theme in addition to novels, short stories, etc. Visit website ...

A celebration of Dublin, Ireland's capital city, as it has been immortalised down through the years in music, literature, art and stuff. Visit website ...

Free quarterly online journal whose main object is the publication of clear and informative essays based on recently published books. Visit website ...

News based website with a focus on e-books and e-publishing. Includes breaking news on developments within the e-publishing industry. Of interest to authors, publisher and other professionals working within. Visit website ...

Crystal gazing into the future of publishing. a strategic initiative by Lumina Datamatics that serves as a platform for publishers to share thoughts and ideas. Visit website ...

Embracing and promoting change in print and digital publishing through author and publisher advocacy. Visit website ...

Portal for artistic knowledge and discovery where artists gather to share their creativity with the art lovers. Visit website ...

Cork’s weekly poetry event, each featuring guest poets, a poetry challenge and later open-mic. Visit website ...

Meath-based collective of writers and authors. Visit website ...

100 essential sites categorised under headings that include: General Literature & Publishing, Literary Magazines, Book Reviews, Literary Criticism, Book Club Blogs. A directory of useful links for readers and writers of both a general and academic audience. Visit website ...

Book Clubs

Includes reviews, book of the month, recommended reads, competitions, featured writers, etc. Visit website ...

Encourages everyone to read the same book during the month of April each year. Visit website ...

Each year, readers both from Ireland and further afield, come to Ennis to share the joy of reading. Visit website...

All about sharing great books, exploring lots of great writers. Visit website ...

A place where people discuss, rate and recommend titles that they have enjoyed or interest them. Useful resource for the author in search of a reading public. Gain access to a massive audience of more than 6 million book lovers. Goodreads is a great place to promote your books. Visit website ...

For people who like films, who like books and who like talking about films and books. Visit website ...

A blog that reviews classic works of literature. Aimed at the general reader with an appreciation for classic literature. Visit website ...

An internet community for book lovers. A place for people to chat about books, reading, writing. Offers a facility to get your e-books reviewed. Visit website ...

Shelfari is a community-powered encyclopedia for book lovers. Create a virtual bookshelf, discover new books, connect with friends and learn more about your favorite books - all for free. Visit website ...

100 essential sites categorised under headings that include: General Literature & Publishing, Literary Magazines, Book Reviews, Literary Criticism, Book Club Blogs. A directory of useful links for readers and writers of both a general and academic audience. Visit website ...

Bookshops, Book Sellers, Distributors, Library Suppliers

Open since the 1970's. With well over thirty years in the Irish book trade, Alan Hanna is a specialist in books of Irish Interest. Visit website ...

Ireland's only independent book wholesaler which distributes throughout the entire island of Ireland. Website includes useful information for self-publishers. Visit website ...

Riverview Shopping Centre, Bandon, Co. Cork. We have a huge range of books, stationery, greeting cards, as well as a full newsagency. Visit website ...

Stores in Enniscorthy and Wexford. Retailers of books, toys, gifts, arts & crafts and stationary. Visit website ...

Pembroke Square, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin. Comics, Action Figures, T-Shirts and all manner of cool merchandise and collectibles. Visit website ...

Main Street, Blessington, Co. Wicklow. An independent bookstore specialising in children's and local history books with a cafe serving great coffee and home baking. Visit website ...

Online book seller with book shops in Waterford, Wexford, Kilkenny and Naas (Barker & Jones). Visit website ...

Specialists in retail schoolbook and educational supplies. Shops across Dublin, Meath, Kildare. Visit website ...

Shop Street, Carrick Road, Boyle, Co Roscommon. Ireland's smallest second-hand bookshop. Visit website ...

Market Place, Clonmel, County Tipperary. Sells new and second-hand books of all types. Visit website ...

Bookshop, school and library supplier. Visit website ...

Irish-owned book chain which has been operating since 1981. Visit website ...

An independent bookshop in Wicklow Town. Visit website ...

Books, school books and stationary supplier. Unit 7, Virgina Shopping Centre, Virginia, Co. Cavan. Visit website ...

An independent Irish bookstore selling an extensive range of books, music and DVDs, both new and second hand, as well as thousands of bargain priced titles. Visit website ...

Independent bookshop in the heart of Galway city stocking titles that range from new, bargain and second-hand books covering a wide variety of interests and genres. Visit website ...

A haven for booklovers in Connemara. Visit website ...

43 East Essex Street, Dublin 2. Dublin’s oldest radical bookshop. Visit website ...

A bookshop located in the vibrant suburb of Ranelagh, Dublin 6. Visit website ...

Abbey Street, Roscommon Town and Seán Costello Street, Athlone, Co. Roscommon. School and art supplies. Visit website ...

Independent Bookshop established in 1996, serving the literary needs of Cavan and surrounding counties. Visit website ...

A part of the Bertrams Group. Europe’s largest supplier of academic books, eBooks, shelf ready services and information systems to the University and FE markets. Visit website ...

Vendor of e-books on a wide variety of topics. Visit website ...

Independent Irish bookseller with branches in Dublin, Galway, Kilkenny, Wicklow. Visit website ...

Largest Retail chain and wholesale book distributor in Ireland. Website includes list of store locations. Visit website ...

43 Talbot Street, Dublin 1. Religious books. Promoting the Scripture Union in Éire-Ireland. Visit website ...

Antiquarian and second hand bookshop in Derry's Craft Village, specialising in books about Ireland, literature, theology and local history. Visit website ...

Publisher and book distributor. Visit website ...

Suppliers of children's books to primary and secondary schools, local authorities and government departments. Visit website ...

Online bookshop dealing in books of Irish interest. Visit website ...

64/66 Main Street, Cavan, Co. Cavan. An Easons franchise selling education and school text books. Visit website ...

Long established bookshop based in Galway an one of the earliest pioneers of online selling. Visit website ...

35 O'Connell Street, Sligo. Books, music, gifts. Independent bookshop in the heart of Yeats’ country. Visit website ...

Church Road, Malahide, Co Dublin. Independent bookshop and general interest bookseller. Visit website ...

8 Marine Terrace, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. Used, secondhand, antiquarian and rare books. Visit website ...

83 Botanic Avenue, Belfast BT7 1JL. Northern Ireland's only specialist crime bookstore. Visit website ...

A dedicated library supply company providing a complete ordering service for books and book related material to public, academic and specialist libraries across the whole island of Ireland. Visit website ...

Ireland's largest independent bookseller with a large selection of books,cards,gifts,and stationery. Visit website ...

Specialist online schoolbook and school supply shop with shops across Dublin and Louth. Visit website ...

1-2 Courthouse Lane, Tralee, County Kerry. Visit website ...

Main Street, Cong, County Mayo. Large selection of new, used, out of print and antiquarian books, from rare first editions to the latest bestsellers, bargain books to fine bindings. Visit website ...

Bridge St, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim. Visit website ...

Internet Bookstore dedicated exclusively to Irish interest books. Visit website ...

Books wholesaler and distributor for Ireland and UK. Serves mainly supermarkets and other retailers. Visit website ...

16 Lower Market St, Ennis, Co. Clare. Visit website ...

Online bookseller of school books, Exam Papers, Study Aids and a wide selection of Stationery. Visit website ...

15A Wicklow Street, Dublin 2. Visit website ...

27 Selskar Street, Wexford Town. School and office supplies. Visit website ...

6 Sráid Fhearchair, Baile Átha Cliath 2. Leabhair agus litríocht na Gaeilge. Tabhair cuairt ar láithreán gréasáin ...

35 Main Street, Skibbereen, Co. Cork. Providing an expertly chosen range of books, maps, guides, stationery, art materials and school books. Visit website ...

43 Douglas Street, Opposite Fionn Barras, Cork City. Radical books and organising for revolution finds a new home in Cork. Visit website ...

Bridge Street, New Ross, Co. Wexford. School books, stationary and equipment. Visit website ...

21 Lavitt's Quay, Cork. Bookshop that includes arts and crafts. Visit website ...

101 Terenure Road North, Dublin 6W. New, used, rare and out-of-print books. Visit website ...

Independent bookshop located on Main Street, Schull, West Cork. Visit website ...

One of the oldest surviving independent bookshops in Dublin dealing in new and second-hand books. Visit website ...

7 Church Street, Listowel, Co. Kerry. Independent Bookseller with a large selection of great books encompassing a variety of genres. Visit website ...

Creative Writing, Professional Writing, Journalism

By Saga Briggs. Some say good writing can’t be taught. We beg to differ. Here are 25 surefire ways to boost your skills and become a master of communication. Visit website ...

By Saga Briggs. Teaching creative writing means putting ideas first ... resisting the urge to correct the writing and focusing instead on the development of the writer. And though it may seem counter-intuitive, doing so often requires questioning, ignoring, or even breaking the rules. Visit website ...

Courses cover creative writing, script writing, and non-fiction writing, and specialist courses in writing fantasy, romance and writing for children. Visit website ...

Writing and Communication courses from Australia's leading online educator. Visit website ...

Initiative aimed at helping prospective authors and writers to develop their writing skills with a view to getting published; even earning a living from writing. Visit website ...

Drama and Theatre

A comprehensive guide to professional theatre, dance and opera in Ireland, north and south. Visit website ...

The representative body for professional theatre in Northern Ireland. Visit website ...

The representative body in Ireland for writers for the stage, screen, radio and digital media. Visit website ...

Editorial and Design Resources

The Online Office Assistant that offers professional editorial and design services including print and publishing solutions, marketing and campaign management using both traditional and online channels. Cloud computing specialists. Visit website ...

Free online resource of English usage rules. Visit website ...

Proof-reading website offering free and paid services, with tips and advice about grammar, language usage across various aspects of creative writing, copywriting, journalism, blogging, etc. Visit website ...

Collaborative community that creates, shares and remixes clipart. All clipart is released to the public domain and may be used in any project for free with no restrictions. Visit website ...

A media file repository making available public domain and freely-licensed educational media content (images, sound and video clips) to everyone, in their own language. Visit website ...

Words to live by. Collections of wise quotes, proverbs and sayings gathered from all over the world. Other writer resources include an Ultimate Grammar Resource Guide. Visit website ...

E-publishing

From Amazon, the world's largest platform for e-book self-publishing. Visit website ...

The world's largest distributor of indie ebooks. Making it fast, free and easy for any author or publisher, anywhere in the world, to publish and distribute ebooks to the major retailers. Visit website ...

Festivals and Events

An all-island voluntary network organisation that brings together organisers of festivals and events in Ireland, suppliers to the festival and event sector and policy-makers and funders. Visit website ...

Athlone Literary Festival
Annual literary event that takes place in Athlone. Visit website ...

An annual event that takes place in Boyle, Co. Roscommon nestled between the foot of the Curlew mountains and Lough Key on the main pass connecting the plains of Connacht with the North. Visit website ...

Family Festival held every August Bank Holiday Weekend. Visit website ...

Annual festival that takes place on Cape Clear, Ireland’s southernmost inhabited island. Visit website ...

Organised by the Munster Literature Centre. Takes place in February. Visit website ...

Takes place annually in June. Celebrates the wealth of literary talent in and around the town. Visit website ...

Founded in 2004, the festival has become known for its warm and intimate atmosphere, as well as a beautiful lakeside location on Lough Derg in North Tipperary. Visit website ...

An annual multi-disciplinary festival in the south east of Ireland showcasing a diverse range of arts and cultural events over 10 days each June. Visit website ...

Poetry, Arts and Literary Festival honouring the poetry and memory of one of Ireland’s best loved poets. A celebration of the word in all its guises; poetry, song, drama, dance, stories and conversations. Newcastle West, Co Limerick. Visit website ...

Each year, readers both from Ireland and further afield, come to Ennis to share the joy of reading. Visit website...

Ireland's dedicated festivals website. Dates, venues, details of festivals in Ireland, UK, Europe including arts, music, cultural, sports. Visit website ...

Showcases a wide variety of international artists alongside the best of Irish talent and includes music (popular, contemporary, jazz, world, classical and traditional), theatre (indoor and outdoor), visual arts, dance, talks, discussions, family events and comedy in its programme. Visit website ...

A feast of poety and literature, music, field-trips, workshops and friendship in an international atmosphere; for scholars, for Hopkins enthusiasts, for young people, for everybody. Visit website ...

Immrama is held in Lismore, County Waterford, Ireland, on a weekend in June each year since 2003. Immrama has been dedicated to the art of Travel Writing, Good Music, and Fine Entertainment since its inception. Visit website ...

The only festival of its kind in Ireland and an important hub for food enthusiasts worldwide to meet and share ideas with each other. Visit website ...

Annual festival that takes place every year in the beautiful medieval city of Kilkenny. Programme includes music, literature, opera, visual art, craft, children's and street theatre. Visit website ...

A multi-disciplinary Arts Festival that features Local, National, and International work, and includes Visual Art, Theatre, Music, Literature, Film, Dance, Architecture, and Family Entertainment. Visit website ...

in honour of Kate O'Brien. Promoting Limerick nationally as a place of literary excellence. Visit website ...

Annual event that takes place in Glenties, Co. Donegal. Named in memory of local writer, Patrick McGill, the event serves as a forum for discussion and analysis of topical issues of national and international importance. Visit website ...

Festival celebrating the literary landscape of Dún Laoghaire/Rathdown which has been the birthplace and inspiration for many of Ireland's most influential, entertaining and popular writers. Visit website ...
Seeking to illuminate the considerable social significance of French’s song- writing, poetry, and paintings and their relevance to Ireland’s various ways of life today. Visit website ...

The Red Line Book Festival is brought to you by South Dublin Libraries, the Library Service of South Dublin County. Visit website ...

An fhéile Ghaeilge is mó in Éirinn & ar fud an domhain - The biggest Irish language festival in Ireland & around the world! Visit website ...

Roscommon. Takes place early April. Visit website ...

Annual festival that takes place in Trim, Co. Meath. Brings together distinguished guests from the arts, politics, media and comedy to celebrate satire in honour of Jonathan Swift. Visit website ...

Annual celebration of arts in county Tipperary. Visit website ...

Takes place in July in Bantry, West Cork. The festiva is run by West Cork Music. Visit website ...

Annual festival established in 1976 and offering a strong and diverse selection of events to appeal to all ages and tastes. Visit website ...

Celebrates the literary heritage of North Kerry and serves as a focal point for Irish Writers in general to develop their talents and meet new audiences. Visit website ...

Libraries

News from Irish libraries. Contains comprehensive listings of Irish libraries (public, academic, school, government, health, special) among other contact details and resources. Visit website ...

First point of call for information about Public Libraries in Northern Ireland. Visit website ...

Representing libraries and librarians in Ireland. Visit website ...

The oldest library in Belfast and the last subscribing library in Ireland. Visit website ...

The earliest public library in Ireland, built in 1701, with contemporary religious and scientific collections. Online catalogue. Visit website ...

Literary Competitions and Prizes

Organised by The Moth magazine (see Literary Magazines). Open to everyone as long as the work is original and previously unpublished. Visit website ...

Run annually since 1986 by RTÉ to commemorate the writer and broadcaster after whom the award is named. Visit website ...

Organised by the Munster Literature Centre. Prize for single poem, named in honour of a late Irish poet long associated with the Centre. Visit website ...

Presented annually for a novel written in English or translated into English. Visit website ...

Open to everyone. Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant and not previously published or broadcast. Visit website ...

Awarded annually to an emerging Irish writer under forty years of age. Enquiries can be made through the Trinity Oscar Wilde Centre. Visit website

Annual short story competition open to writers from around the world. Sponsored by the Munster Literature Centre. Visit website ...

Literary Magazines

Print magazine for children featuring poetry, short stories, art. Visit website ...

A quarterly magazine of essays, memoir, travel writing, criticism, fiction and reportage. Visit website ...

A quarterly magazine celebrating the changing seasons through art and writing. Visit website ...

Quarterly arts and literature magazine featuring poetry, short fiction, pictures by established and up-and-coming writers and artists from Ireland and abroad. Visit website ...

Quarterly journal of Poetry Ireland (see Literary Groups and Writers Circles). Published the work of both emerging and established Irish and international poets. Visit website ...

Promotes the best of Irish and international writing with a strong emphasis on new writing, and particular interest in the short story form. Visit website ...

Literary Resources - Irish themes and interests

A concise dictionary of Irish writers. Visit website ...

A knowledge of Irish literature. A rich body of biographical records, bibliographical listings, and textual extracts from primary works and commentaries on them compiled using a variety of methods. Visit website ...

Poetry

Organised by The Moth magazine (see Literary Magazines). Open to everyone as long as the work is original and previously unpublished. Visit website ...

Print magazine for children featuring poetry, short stories, art. Visit website ...

Organised by the Munster Literature Centre. Takes place in February. Visit website ...

Poetry, Arts and Literary Festival honouring the poetry and memory of one of Ireland’s best loved poets. A celebration of the word in all its guises; poetry, song, drama, dance, stories and conversations. Newcastle West, Co Limerick. Visit website ...

Organised by the Munster Literature Centre. Prize for single poem, named in honour of a late Irish poet long associated with the Centre. Visit website ...

Quarterly arts and literature magazine featuring poetry, short fiction, pictures by established and up-and-coming writers and artists from Ireland and abroad. Visit website ...

Cork’s weekly poetry event, each featuring guest poets, a poetry challenge and later open-mic. Visit website ...

2 Proud's Lane, Off St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2. The national organisation for poetry in Ireland serving all 32 counties. Useful resources for all poets with an excellent guide to upcoming poetry events and news from the world of Irish poetry. Visit website ...

Quarterly journal of Poetry Ireland (see Literary Groups and Writers Circles). Published the work of both emerging and established Irish and international poets. Visit website ...

The School of English, Queens University, Belfast. BT7 1NN. Visit website ...

Press, Publicity, Media Resources

The body responsible for the regulation of broadcasting in Ireland. Website contains links to websites of Irish TV and radio broadcasters including public service, commercial, community/special interest, institutional, temporary radio. See website ...

Regularly updated and widely consulted directory that exists in both print and digital format and can be used to 'contact any celebrity' as the name suggests. Used by entrepreneurs, marketers, publicists, event planners, authors, people working in media roles, charities and not-for-profits. Visit website ...

Representative body for Ireland's independent commercial radio broadcasters including national, multicity, regional and local radio stations. Visit website ...

An independent, not-for-profit, UK-based website built to make it easier for the public to find out more about journalists and what they write about. Visit website ...

trade association of magazine publishers. Website contains links to their members' websites and lists titles. Visit website ...

Represents 16 national daily, Sunday and weekly newspapers and together with NNI Local and Regional Newspapers a further 25 local and regional newspapers. Website contains links to their members' websites and lists titles. Visit website ...

Representing journalists across the island of Ireland. Over 3,500 members in the Republic and 800 in Northern Ireland. Visit website ...

Promotes professional and ethical standards in Irish newspapers and magazines. Its website contains useful links to other Irish media organisations and associations. Visit website ...

Representing regional newspapers in Ireland. Website contains links to their members' websites and lists titles. Visit website ...

Printing and Publishing Platforms

An Amazon company. Provides a print-on-demand and distribution service. Allows independent publishers, including authors, musicians, filmmakers to sell books, CDs, and DVDs for a fraction of the cost of traditional manufacturing, while maintaining more control over your materials. Visit Website ...

From Amazon, the world's largest platform for e-book self-publishing. Visit website ...

Print-on-demand and global distribution service for small and large scale publishers alike. Visit website ...

The world's largest distributor of indie ebooks. Making it fast, free and easy for any author or publisher, anywhere in the world, to publish and distribute ebooks to the major retailers. Visit website ...

Publishing Assistance and Advice

We coordinate and supervise the world's essential identifier for books. Visit website ...

Ireland's reproduction rights organisation. Licenses schools and other users of copyright material to copy extracts of such material, and distributes the money collected to the authors and publishers whose works have been copied. Visit website ...

Legal Deposit (Copyright Libraries)
An article from the website of Trinity College Dublin explains the provisions of legislation as it applies to publishers in Ireland and the UK. Visit website ...

Wikipedia article explaining the provisions of legal deposit compliance as they apply in various countries and jurisdictions. Visit website ...

Responsible for assigning ISBN Publisher Prefixes to publishers based in the UK or Republic of Ireland. Visit website ...

aims to identify, collect and preserve every book, pamphlet, periodical and report published in Northern Ireland since January 2000 and create an accompanying bibliography. Visit website ...

Association for book publishers in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Visit website ...

Web Design and Web Publishing

Free-hosted blog publishing platform from Google. Visit website ...

The world's largest domain name registrar. Visit website ...

Another free-hosted web publishing platform from Google. Also ideally suitable for group projects and intranet type websites. Visit website ...

Free-hosted web publishing platform for creating websites and blogs. Visit website ...

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