Resources & Publications

New Writing from Ireland

New Writing from Ireland is annual catalogue published by Ireland Literature Exchange that offers a selection of the finest Irish writing published each year. 

 

View or download the 2015 edition of New Writing from Ireland

 

View/download other New Writing from Ireland catalogues

 

 

 

The Irish Literary Tradition & the Contemporary Irish Novel (Chinese)

The Irish Literary Tradition & the Contemporary Irish Novel

To complement Ireland's cultural presence at Shanghai Expo 2010, ILE commissioned Irish author, Clare Kilroy, to write an essay about the Irish literary tradition and the wealth of literature produced by Irish writers today. Clare takes a poster, well-known to Irish school-children, with the faces of Joyce, Yeats, Wilde, Shaw and Beckett, as her starting point and throughout the course of the essay wonders which of today's esteemed Irish writers (e.g., Barry, Keegan, Enright, Tóibín, Murphy etc) might appear on a classic poster of the future.

Pocket-sized and double-ended, it is a valuable introduction to contemporary Irish literature. It is presented here in English and Chinese.  

The Irish Literary Tradition & the Contemporary Irish Novel (English)

 

View/download The Irish Literary Tradition & the Contemporary Irish Novel in English

View/download The Irish Literary Tradition & the Contemporary Irish Novel in Simplified Chinese

 

 

Literary Treasures from Ireland

In September 2009, ILE produced its first catalogue for the Chinese market. Published in both English and simplified Chinese, Literary Tresaures from Ireland presents biographical and bibliographical information on twelve of Ireland'

s most fêted contemporary writers, from John McGahern and William Trevor to Sebastian Barry and Claire Keegan. This list will be augmented over time to include more of Ireland's great established writers as well as emerging and exciting new voices in Irish literature.

Literary Treasures from Ireland was first made available at the 2009 Beijing International Book Fair and then at the Frankfurt Book Fair in October 2009. 

 

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