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The Rory’s Stories Guide to the GAA

by Rory O'Connor Gill Books (October 27, 2017)

Based on the popular Facebook page, which regularly reaches over 500,000 people, The Rory’s Stories Guide to the GAA sends up a certain kind of fan, one who is obsessed with the GAA calendar, the local club...


The Gospel According to Blindboy in 15 Short Stories

by Blindboy Boatclub Gill Books (October 27, 2017)

The Gospel According to Blindboy is a surreal and genre-defying collection of short stories and visual art exploring the myths, complacencies and contradictions at the heart of modern Ireland. Covering themes...


The M Word

by Maïa Dunphy Gill Books (October 20, 2017)

Do you find yourself fumbling through motherhood? Join the club!

Babies are gorgeous, exhausting, tyrannical little bundles of joy. They demand all of our time, energy and sanity, and give us nothing but cute...


Corn Flakes for Dinner

by Aidan Comerford Gill Books (October 13, 2017)

What do you do when both of your daughters have been diagnosed with autism, your wife is depressed and your job has been made redundant? You become a comedian!

After years of feeling like he was losing at life,...


Flabyrinth

by Jules Coll Gill Books (August 26, 2016)

For every woman who’s ever looked in the mirror and felt crap: a funny, filthy and uplifting account of one woman’s quest to leave body insecurity behind.

Jules Coll was a slim child, which was misleading...


Irish Proverbs

by Laurence Flanagan Gill Books (August 03, 2001)

There are millions of Irish proverbs, old and new, and Laurence Flanagan has made a wide-ranging collection of these proverbs, some well known, some obscure, and has provided both Irish and English text for...


Overheard in Dublin #LOL

by Gerard Kelly Gill Books (September 12, 2014)

A city of half a million, in 140 characters or less

Overheard in Dublin is back with another riot of wit, wisdom and suspect logic, this time with the vast majority of the contributions drawn from the site’s...


The Book of Weather Eye

by Brendan McWilliams Gill Books (September 21, 2012)

An anthology of late Irish Times columnist Brendan McWilliams's best-loved columns, which were published daily for almost two decades.

Compiled by his wife, Anne, it cuts a wide cross-section through the subjects...


Dublin Street Life and Lore – An Oral History of Dublin’s Streets and their Inhabitants

by Kevin C. Kearns Gill Books (October 01, 1997)

The first half of this century was the heyday of Dublin’s vibrant and bustling traditional street life. Now in Dublin’s Street Life and Lore, through the vivid oral histories of the participants themselves,...


Medium-Sized Town, Fairly Big Story – Hilarious Stories from Ireland

by Ronan Casey Gill Books (October 10, 2014)

Only in Ireland – the funniest, wildest and most absurd stories from Ireland’s local newspapers

For anyone with a sense of humour and a taste for the absurd, here are the best of the unique, hilarious stories...


That’s Life – Marty Whelan’s Memoir

by Marty Whelan Gill Books (October 16, 2015)

From Norman Wisdom to Eurovision and everything in between, a lively and entertaining memoir from one of Ireland’s best-loved personalities.

Throughout the highs and lows of a 30-year career as one of Ireland’s...


Paddy Machiavelli – How to Get Ahead in Irish Politics

by John Drennan Gill Books (September 19, 2014)

The good, the bad and the cynical – how to get ahead in Irish politics

It might appear strange that a 16th-century Italian political philosopher should provide us with a roadmap to political power in Ireland,...


Dead Funny – The Little Book of Irish Grave Humour

by Allen Foster Gill Books (November 05, 2010)

Allen Foster lives in on a farm in Enfield, Co Meath. When not tending to his cattle or walking his beloved dogs he finds the time to be a freelance journalist and researcher. He is the author of eight other...


How to (really) be a mother

by Emily Hourican Gill Books (September 27, 2013)

There are many books on How to be a Mother. But do they ever tell us how it really is? Thankfully, Emily Hourican is about to, via a series of hilarious reminiscences and profound observations. At last, modern...


Adventures of a Wonky-Eyed Boy

by Jason Byrne Gill Books (September 16, 2016)

A hilarious childhood memoir from one of Ireland's funniest comedians.

'"Mrs Byrne, you've a beautiful, very pale, ginger-haired baby boy with a wonky eye." As she was handed me by the midwife, my mother wept...


Don't Die in Autumn

by Eric Dempsey Gill Books (August 21, 2015)

Eric Dempsey is recognised as one of Ireland’s leading bird experts and is a professional guide, speaker, wildlife photographer and writer. Eric is also an experienced broadcaster and a member of the ‘Mooney...


Foster’s Historical Irish Oddities

by Allen Foster Gill Books (October 09, 2015)

Strange, zany and at times downright baffling, Foster’s Historical Irish Oddities is a quirky compendium of true stories from all over Ireland.

It is essential reading for anyone who loves to entertain friends...


Irish Rogues and Rascals – From Francis Shackleton to Charlie Haughey

by Joseph McArdle Gill Books (October 16, 2007)

Irish history is littered with rogues, larger-than-life characters who range from cheeky scamps to vicious chancers. In Irish Rogues and Rascals, Joseph MacArdle looks at some of the most notorious Irishmen...


Irishology

by Ronan Moore Gill Books (October 09, 2015)

Ah Ireland, it’s a great little country all the same, if only you could put a roof on it.

While we may be a nation of messers and begrudgers, we’ll always have a soft spot for our land of sunny spells and...


Rowdy Rhymes and Rec-im-itations

by Vincent Caprani Gill Books (September 09, 2011)

Vincent Caprani's Rowdy Rhymes... was first published in the 1980s and established itself as a cult classic. It is a book of pomes (not poems) and bawdy verse. That's bawdy, not smutty.


Short Back and Sides: Tales From an Irish Barber Shop

by Peter Quinn Gill Books (August 19, 2011)

There is something about barber shop conversations that sets them apart from the usual small talk. These exchanges are enjoyed on both sides of the chair. Here is a range of stories from funny to eye opening....