The Little Book of Mindfulness
The King's Curse
We are All Completely Beside Ourselves
Karen Joy Fowler
The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage
The Rosie Project No. 1 Don Tillman
A Pocket History of Ireland
The Secrets Sisters Keep
Summer House with Swimming Pool
News & Events
McBride Adds Women's Prize To Collection
Eimear McBride has added the Bailey's Women's Prize to the accolades for her debut novel A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing. The book has already received the Goldsmiths and Kerry Group prizes and is in contention for the Desmond Elliott prize.
Michael Harding Book Signing
Dubray Books Grafton Street
Saturday 20th September at 12noon
Come and meet playwright and novelist Michael Harding as he signs copies of his new memoir Hanging with the Elephant in our Grafton St branch. The first volume, Staring at Lakes, was a phenomenal bestseller - spending over eight months in the Top 10 and was voted Irish Book of the Year at the Irish Book Awards in 2013.
Dubray Books Present...Julia Donaldson and Friends
A sing-along storytelling event with book signing
Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire
Monday 22nd September at 10:30am.
Doors open 10am.
Join Julia Donaldson, author of The Gruffalo, and her guitar-wielding husband Malcolm for an amazing hour of storytelling and sing-along. Bring your best singing voices and prepare to join in the fun as we go on an adventure to find to cure for Dragon Pox, discover why Jack’s granny packed 3 spotty hankies and listen to exactly what the Ladybird heard!
The Dublin Festival of History has announced two headline speakers - Alison Weir and Hew Strachan. Alison Weir, well-known for her historical work on the Tudors, also writes historical fiction and will discuss her latest novel, The Marriage Game, set in the court of the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth. Hew Strachan will appear in conversation with John Horne of Trinity College Dublin as part of a series of festival events marking the centenary of the First World War. The festival will take place in the Printworks at Dublin Castle from the 26th-28th of September, with the full lineup of speakers and events to be published in mid-August.
Francis Brennan Book Signing
Dubray Books, Shop Street Galway
Saturday 11th October – time to be confirmed
Hotelier Francis Brennan rose to fame when he starred in RTÉ’s At Your Service and he is now synonymous with style and the perfect finishing touches. His new book, It's The Little Things is full of fun, personal memories as he shows us how it’s the little things in life that count the most and how they have contributed to his successful career and happy life.
Ian McEwan in Conversation
Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire
Sunday 19th October at 8:00pm.
Tickets: €10/8. To book: tel. 01 2312929 or see www.paviliontheatre.ie
Internationally-acclaimed author Ian McEwan will discuss his new, Booker Prize-nominated novel The Children Act, in conversation with Declan Hughes. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see one of the world’s finest writers.
Michael Palin Book Signing
Dubray Books Grafton St
Saturday 6th December at 11am
A regular (and very popular) guest at Dubray Books, renowned travel writer, television presenter, and member of Monty Python's Flying Circus, Michael Palin will be signing copies of his latest book, Travelling To Work. The third volume of his diaries, Travelling to Work covers the years from 1988 to 1998, including film success with A Fish Called Wanda and his brilliant performance as a schoolteacher in Alan Bleasdale's tv series, GBH. A prefect Christmas present for the Palin fan in your life.
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