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

Martha Long was born in Dublin in the early 1950s and still lives there today. She has written seven critically acclaimed volumes of autobiography, including the bestselling Ma, He Sold Me for a Few Cigarettes. Run, Lily, Run is her fiction debut.

Jim Lucey

Professor Jim Lucey is a clinical professor of psychiatry based at Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland and Medical Director at St Patrick’s University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. He has written numerous articles on the subject of mental health, having spent over thirty years working with individuals experiencing mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, addiction, psychosis and suicidality. He has written numerous articles and is the author of the Irish Times bestseller In My Room, published by Gill & Macmillan in 2013. Jim appears regularly on Irish radio and television to discuss issues of the mind and mental wellbeing. He lives in Dublin with his wife and family.

Liz Lyons

Liz Lyons is a graduate in English and History of Trinity College, Dublin. After graduation she spent ten years working in the Irish book trade as a bookshop manager. Barefoot Over Stones is her first novel. Born in Cork in 1970, she lives in Co. Meath with her husband, son and two daughters.

Sinead McCoole

Sinead McCoole is the author of two highly acclaimed non-fiction Irish history titles: Hazel: A Life of Lady Lavery (Lilliput Press 1996); No Ordinary Women: Irish Female Activists, 1900-1923 (O’Brien Press 2003) Other publications include Guns and Chiffon (1997); The Reseacher's Handbook (2000); and Passion and Politics (2010). Sinead has curated exhibitions on Irish history and Irish art at Dublin City Hugh Lane Gallery, including Society and Politics (1996); and Passion and Politics (2010); Kilmainham Jail's Robert Emmet Bi-centenary exhibition (2003) and Guns and Chiffon (1997) which toured in the US in 1998. She is currently the Director of the Jackie Clarke Collection.

Marita McKenna

Marita Conlon-McKenna is a hugely successful Irish children's writer. Her first novel, UNDER THE HAWTHORN TREE , sold over 250,000 copies in the Irish market alone.

Her debut adult novel, THE MAGDALEN, was a number one bestseller in Ireland.

Marita lives in Dublin with her husband.

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