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Mar 30, 2017 · When looking around at the (many) unread books on my shelves, I realised I had a couple of Young Adult books by Irish authors, and decided to do a little more research to see what Irish writers are creating for the younger target market. Mar 17, 2011 · 10 Contemporary Irish Authors You Need To Know. about a strained relationship between a couple attending a New Year’s Eve dance and the through the eyes of their young daughter.Author: Flavorwire Staff.

Mar 16, 2018 · They are more interested in excellent fiction writing from both Irish and non-Irish writers. While they receive thousands of submissions from writers, they are ridiculously picky, which is why they only publish three books a year. Find out more about their submission guidelines here. both for children and young adults. While most of their. Children’s and Young Adult; Crime Fiction & True Crime; General Fiction; Historical Fiction; Literary Fiction; Memoir; Speculative Fiction; Stage & Screen; Women’s Fiction; Close; News for Writers. Irish Bestseller Lists; The Big Idea; Short Story of the Year 2013; Short Story of the Year 2014; Short Story of the Year 2015; Short Story of.

Rita Kelly (born 1953), poet, writing in Irish and English; Marian Keyes (born 1963), successful novelist, non-fiction writer, works widely translated; Molly Keane (1904–1996), novelist, playwright; Celine Kiernan (born 1967), young adult novelist, children's writer; Margaret King (1773–1835), children's writer, non-fiction works. From the ancient world to the grungy 90s, historical novels bridge the gap between our present and our past. Young adult historical fiction novels, in particular, can captivate the younger set, offering details that aren't found in the average school textbook. These stories make the children of Author: Molly Reiniger.