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The Understudy: A Novel

by David Nicholls

Recently divorced actor Stephen C. McQueen (no relation, unfortunately) seems to have a knack for bad luck. But a failed marriage, a stalled career, a judgmental ex-wife, a distant daughter, a horrid little...


Portobello Notebook

by Adrian Kenny

This collection of stories is set in Portobello, on the edge of Dublin city centre, just inside the canal. The stories reflect on characters on the edge of life, personalities that do not quite fit in: Michael,...


The Edge of the City: A Scapbook 1976¿91

by Desmond Hogan

Desmond Hogan is one of Ireland's leading writers. In addition to his novels and stories, he has travelled widely (for various newspapers) to some of the strangest and most fascinating parts of the world. In...


The Plummeting Old Women

by Daniil Kharms & Neil Cornwell

The Plummeting Old Women by Daniil Kharms is a collection of stories, incidents, dialogues and fragments that forms an important part of the buried literature of Russian modernism now revealed under glasnost....


Cowslips and Chainies

by Elaine Crowley

Cowslips and Chainies is a poignant memoir of childhood in 1930s and early ’40s Dublin. Best-selling novelist Elaine Crowley’s account of tenement life is by turns hilarious and intensely sad. Her beloved,...


Mushroom.Man

by Paulo Tullio

I found it compelling - mystique and mystery are interwoven with great cunning and guile.' - John Boorman. Mushroom.man is the tale of a loner whose move to the mountains takes him on a self-styled odyssey mapped...


A State of Mind

by Kevin Casey

In mid-1970s rural Wicklow, John Hughes, a once-feted journalist/author with writer's block, reflects on recent events. When English author William Cromer and his German lover Ingrid move to the Old Rectory...


Leaving Ardglass

by William King

'One of the best novels to have come out of Ireland in a long time … it chronicles not just a personal and spiritual journey but the state of a nation over 40 years. Outstanding.' John Boland, Irish Independent....


Lark's Eggs: New and Selected Stories

by Desmond Hogan

Des Hogan is, and has always been, the real thing - a writer of great originality, dramatic flair, linguistic invention - who remakes the world every time he puts pen to paper.' Neil Jordan. Desmond Hogan is...


Gander at the Gate

by Rory O'Connor

"The poet W.B. Yeats desired to produce written work that, while it had been arduously crafted, would appear as immediate and spontaneous as the ordinary spoken words of people. It is a testament to the achievement...


Bird in the Snow

by Michael Harding

Bird in the Snow follows twenty-four hours in the life of Birdie Waters. On the eve of burying her only son, she stays awake all night, examining old photographs, cherishing memories of Gussie and her beloved...


Before the House Burns

by Mary O'Donoghue

"Electric, real, utterly modern: this is a voice to welcome and to watch" - Anne Enright. Set on Ireland's Atlantic coast, Before the House Burns is a tender, implosive first novel by an award-winning short...


Myles Away from Dublin

by Flann O'Brien

Flann O'Brien (Brian O'Nolan, aka Myles na Gopaleen) adopted not only a new name (George Knowall) for these rarely seen pieces, but also a new persona. Writing his column 'Bones of Contention' for the Nationalist...


The Saddest Summer of Samuel S

by J.P. P. Donleavy

A wily American driving his psychiatrist crazy in Vienna. Prey of a wealthy countess who wants him comfortable and secure -- and her very own. Master of his domain -- his sealed, darkened, disheveled apartment...


Meet My Maker the Mad Molecule

by J.P. P. Donleavy

'In this book of short pieces Donleavy has given us the lyric poems to go with his epics. They are almost all elegies -- sad songs of decayed hope, bitter little jitterbuggings of an exasperated soul, with barracuda...


The Finishing School

by Muriel Spark

From Muriel Spark, the grande dame of literary satire, comes this swift, deliciously witty tale of writerly ambition that recalls her beloved The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.College Sunrise is a somewhat louche...


The Magic Keys

by Albert Murray

If Gabriel Garc’a M‡rquez had chosen to write about Pakistani immigrants in England, he might have produced a novel as beautiful and devastating as Maps for Lost Lovers. Jugnu and Chanda have disappeared....


Waiting for the Mahatma

by R.K. Narayan

In the novels of R. K. Narayan (1906-2001), the forefather of modern Indian fiction, human-scale hopes and epiphanies express the promise of a nation as it awakens to its place in the world. In Waiting for the...


The Financial Expert

by R.K. Narayan

In the novels of R. K. Narayan (1906-2001), the forefather of modern Indian fiction, human-scale hopes and epiphanies express the promise of a nation as it awakens to its place in the world. In The Financial...


Mr. Sampath--The Printer of Malgudi

by R.K. Narayan

In the novels of R. K. Narayan (1906-2001), the forefather of modern Indian fiction, human-scale hopes and epiphanies express the promise of a nation as it awakens to its place in the world. Mr. Sampath–The...