It is the single largest Irish language publisher in the country. Today An Gúm’s publishing work is mainly in the area of lexicography, textbooks and resources for schools and general reading material for children and young people. Foras na Gaeilge has a specific legislative remit in these areas.
An tSnáthaid Mhór
Irish language publishers of Irish myths and stories for a new generation.
Associated Editions is an Irish publisher of well-written and beautifully designed fine art books on a variety of subjects, including children’s books.
Blackwater Press is an imprint of Folen’s Publishers. It publishes books on a wide range of topics, including biography, political commentary, sport, children’s fiction and humour.
CIC is the largest private Irish language publishing company in Ireland. CIC publishes a wide range of literature, anthologies of poetry, short stories and songs, novels, teenage fiction, children’s books, theses and history books. We have published some books in English, mainly translations of important Irish language literature, and also some bilingual books.
Cló Mhaigh Eo
Cló Mhaigh Eo is a publisher of books in Irish for children and young people, as well as a series of acclaimed Irish graphic novels.
Cois Life was established in 1995 to publish literary and research works in the Irish language. They publish books for learners of Irish, for young people and also plays, fiction and poetry. Academic monographs are produced in the Lúb ar Phár series.
The Collins Press
Irish publisher of fiction and non-fiction titles, including children’s.
Futa Fata is an independent music label and publishing house, based in An Spidéal in Irish-speaking Conamara, in the West of Ireland. Futa Fata publishes high-quality picture books, audio books and CDs originating titles in Ireland and working with publishers worldwide.
Gill & Macmillan
Ireland’s leading publisher of college, further education, school and general books.
Kid’s Own Publishing
Publishes materials by children to raise the status of children’s creative writing skills.
The largest publishing group in Ireland, producing a range of children’s picture books, fiction and non-fiction under their four imprints: Franklin Watts, Hodder Children’s Books, Orchard Books and Wayland.
Irish Publisher of educational and general books for all ages.
Mercier Press is Ireland’s oldest independent publishing house with a focus on publishing Irish material from Irish writers, including children’s books
Publisher of teenage, adult and children’s fiction in English and Irish, by Irish authors
The O’Brien Press
The O’Brien Press is one of Ireland’s leading general publishers of both adult and children’s books. See CBInfo Guides for more information on O’Brien Press and how to submit a proposal.
O’Donnell Press is one of Ireland’s leading independent publishers of children’s books
Penguin Ireland/Puffin Ireland
Irish branch of Penguin publishing Irish fiction.
Founded in 1976, Poolbeg Press is one of Ireland’s leading book publishers, publishing books from Irish authors. They publish bestselling novels in fiction, children’s books, romantic fiction, non-fiction and literary fiction genres.
Irish publishers that publish a range of non-fiction including children’s books.