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Welcome to Doire Press, an award-winning publisher located in Connemara in the West of Ireland. We publish poetry & literary fiction.




NEW RELEASES:
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Growing Up in Colour
by Maurice Devitt


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Milling the Air
by Susan Lindsay


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Raven Mothers
by Breda Wall Ryan


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The Potter's Book
by Louis Mulcahy


FORTHCOMING COLLECTIONS BY:
Emily Cullen
Moyra Donaldson
Simon Lewis
Maeve Mulrennan
Michael J. Whelan
Glen Wilson
Belfast Stories, edited by Paul McVeigh & Lisa Frank
Galway Stories: 2020, edited by Alan McMonagle & Lisa Frank


 NEWS:
We're thrilled that Galway Stories: 2020 is one of only fifty-two projects to be supported by Galway 2020

Congrats to Robyn Rowland and Michael J. Whelan, shortlisted for the Voices of War Poetry Competiton

Click here to read an interview with Maurice Devitt in The Gloss

Click here to read a review of Stephanie Conn's Island in Cap Arts

Click here to read an interview with James Martyn Joyce in The Galway Advertiser

Click here to listen to Rosemary Jenkinson on The Arts Show on BBC, here to read a review of Catholic Boy in The Irish Times, here to read one in The Irish Examiner and here to read an interview with Rosemary in The Gloss

Click
here to read a review of Annemarie Ni Churreáin's Bloodroot in The Irish Times, here to read one in The Florida Review and here to read one in the LA Review of Books, click here to read an interview with Annemarie in Island's Edge and here to watch a video reading on RTE


Doire Press is registered with The Companies Registration Office, Parnell House, 14 Parnell Square, Dublin.

Registered Number 551206

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