Irish Biography

Live While You Can: A Memoir of Faith, Hope and the Power of Acceptance

Paperback, 02/05/2019, €18.95
Live While You Can is the inspiring, life-affirrming account of finding joy in dark times and living every day in the now. 10% of each copy sold at Dubray will be donated to Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Constellations: Reflections from Life

Paperback, 04/04/2019, €20.30
A Dubray Staff Recommended Read. In this powerful and daring memoir in essays Sinead Gleeson delves into a range of subjects: art, illness, ghosts, grief and our very ways of seeing.

Notes to Self: Essays

Paperback, 26/07/2018, €15.00
A Dubray Staff Recommended Read… In this vivid and powerful collection of essays, the first non- fiction book published by Tramp Press, Emilie Pine boldly confronts the past to better understand herself, her relationships and her role in society.

No Tears Left: Biafra to Bosnia - Further Memories of an Irish Doctor Abroad

Paperback, 01/03/2018, €15.00
No Tears Left is a thought-provoking, insightful and moving account of one doctor’s experience in providing voluntary medical care in some of the world’s poorest and most troubled regions for over fifty years.

All in a Doctor's Day: Memoirs of an Irish Country Practice

Paperback, 19/04/2019, €17.00
Step into the surgery of Dr. Lucia Gannon. Arriving in the small village of Killenaule, Co. Tipperary 20 years ago - husband Liam (also a GP) and children in tow. Journey with her as she builds a life in this tight-knit community, and discover what it means to be the one people bring their problems to.

Listening to the Animals: Becoming the Supervet

Paperback, 07/03/2019, €10.80
A powerful, heart-warming and inspiring memoir from the UK's most famous and beloved vet.

Minor Monuments

Paperback, 28/03/2019, €15.00
Set around a small family farm on the edge of a bog Minor Monuments is a story unfolding from the landscape of the Irish midlands. Taking in the physical and philosophical power of sound and music, and the effects of Alzheimer's disease on a family, Ian Maleney questions the nature of home, memory and belonging.

Dying To Survive

Paperback, 12/04/2019, €10.00
In her early twenties, Rachael Keogh was a desperate heroin addict. Her addiction to the drug took her to a place about as low as a person can go. This edition contains a new introduction from Rachael where she reflects on her story and considers what has changed for her and in the drugs culture in Ireland over the last decade.