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October 2015
Hopscotch
by Hilary Fannin
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Donal Lenihan: My Life in Rugby
by Donal Lenihan
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The Coroner's Daughter
by Andrew Hughes
June 2016
Hopscotch: A Memoir
by Hilary Fannin
May 2016
Nothing On Earth
by Conor O'Callaghan
May 2016
Standing My Ground: The Autobiography
by Brendan Cummins
April 2016
The Hurley Maker's Son
by Patrick Deeley
March 2016
Man and Ball: My Autobiography
by Stephen Ferris
March 2016
A Slanting of the Sun: Stories
by Donal Ryan
February 2016
The Matchmaker
by Marita Conlon-McKenna
February 2016
Rebel Sisters
by Marita Conlon-McKenna
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Danny Ellis

Danny Ellis was born in the heart of Dublin, where he lived with his mother and siblings. He was left at the now notorious orphanage, the Artane Industrial School, where he lived for eight years until the age of sixteen. As a member of the school's boy band, he learned to read music and played the trombone. He now tours as a singer/songwriter and teaches voice and songwriting workshops. His acclaimed album, 800 VOICES is available online at dannyellismusic.com. He lives in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina with his wife.

Hilary Fannin

Hilary Fannin is a playwright and columnist. Her plays, including Mackerel Sky, Doldrum Bay, Famished Castle and an adaptation of Racine’s Phaedra, have been performed in Ireland, London, Europe and America. She was writer in association at the Abbey Theatre in its centenary year, 2004. She has also written extensively for radio, both for BBC and RTÉ.
As a journalist, she wrote the TV review for The Irish Times for almost five years, passing on the baton when her eyes turned square. She now writes an occasionally humorous weekly column for the paper.
Hilary lives in Dublin with her husband and two sons, Peter and Jake.
Hopscotch is her first full-length prose work.

Stephen Ferris

Stephen Ferris was born on 2 August 1985 and grew up in the small village of Maghaberry, near Lisburn. After excelling at the javelin, he settled on rugby and became the only player not from the traditional schools system to make it into the Ulster academy. Quickly established as the province's best prospect, he played for the Ireland Under-20s at the 2005 World Cup and made his senior Ulster debut in October of that year.

Ferris went on to make more than 100 appearances for Ulster, winning the Celtic League in 2006, when he was named Ulster Player of the Year, and taking them to the final of the Heineken Cup in 2012 as they established themselves as one of the top teams in Europe.

After making his Test debut in 2006, he won 35 caps for Ireland, winning the Grand Slam in 2009, when he also toured South Africa with the British & Irish Lions, and reaching the quarter-finals of the World Cup in 2011. He retired from playing in June 2014 after a long battle with injury.

Paul Galvin

Paul Galvin is among the all-time greatest Gaelic football players, and was a stalwart of the Kerry inter-county team from 2003 until his retirement in 2014. He also plays football with his local club Finuge, and hurling with Lixnaw. Galvin has won three All Star Awards and was Footballer of the Year in 2009.

Dermot Gilleece

Dermot Gilleece has been golf correspondent for both The Irish Times and, currently, the Sunday Independent and is editor of Golf Digest Ireland. He is also the author of several books on golf, including most recently Breaking 80: The Life and Times of Joe Carr and Ryder Cup 2006.

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