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Poetry Magazines in Ireland

The Big Spoon c/o The Crescent Arts Centre, University Road, Belfast, Ireland.
Editor: Mairtin Crawford. email:
Cyphers 3 Selskar Terrace, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Editors: Leland Bardwell; Eilean Ni Chuilleanain; Pearse Hutchinson; Macdara Woods
DEFAULT is a Cork based magazine. Its aim is to publish new, up and coming poets along side some more established ones. It is especially interested in more contemporary poetry
Send all submissions (with a sae) to - James Cummins, 61 Sundays Well Road, Cork, Ireland (24405)
The Honest Ulsterman 49 Main St, Greyabbey, County Down, BT22 2NF
Editor: Tom Clyde

thefirstcut is an bi-monthly, online, literary magazine based in Ireland. We publish poetry, prose and flash fiction from all over the world. Our ethos is that of a typical writer's group and, as such, we welcome comment in the form of constructive criticism. Check us out at:    Our guidelines are at:    e-mail submissions to :

Imagine c/o Tallow Writers' Group, Tallow Enterprise Park, Barrack St. Tallow, Co Waterford
Irish Pages a journal of contemporary writing. The Linen Hall Library, 17 Donagall Square North, Belfast BT1 5GB. Biannual. Annual subscription 16.00stg/Euro26.00/$24.00
Editors: Chris Agee, Cathal Searcaigh
The Journal HardPressed Poetry, 1998, 37 Grosvenor Court, Templevill Road, Templeogue, Dublin 6W
Editors: Catherine Walsh and Billy Mills
The Moth - a quarterly international arts and literature magazine featuring poems, short fiction, interviews and art. Email submissions to Annual subscription costs €16 (inc. postage worldwide)
The Bog Road, Dromard, Cavan, Co. Cavan, Ireland
Editor: Rebecca O'Connor
Poetry Ireland Review Bermingham Tower, Upper Yard, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2
Editor: Frank Ormsby
Riposte, 28 Emmet Rd., Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Subscription 10.00 per year.
Stinging Fly - The Stinging Fly, PO Box 6016, Dublin 8. - Back after a break. No email subs. (26205)
THE SHOp - a magazine of poetry. Skeagh, Schull, Co. Cork
3 issues Euro19.00 or 15.00 in the UK (Low income rates Euro15.50 or 12.00
Editor: John and Hilary Wakeman

Ulla’s Nib

‘Northern Ireland’s own magazine of new writing’

Ulla’s Nib Issue 7 is available now – Contact CWN to subscribe.

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Have the next four issues delivered to your door for 10.

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The Yellow Nib  - The official literary journal of the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry at Queen's University Belfast, the journal is published every October with selections of poetry, essays and short stories from both new talents and well established artists.

E-zines (see also ezine listing)

Electronic Acorn, Ireland's first online literary quarterly.

Publishing service

RunAmok Press for details.

Choice Publishing and Book Services is Ireland’s newest Publishing Company and is the only self-publishing Company to operate all services within Ireland.  We have now opened our office in Drogheda, Co Louth and are ready to help all authors establish themselves on the Publishing Sector.  We offer a choice of publishing services and will operate an online bookstore which will make authors’ books available worldwide.

Choice Publishing & Book Services Unit 20 Workspace Centre, Mayoralty Street, Drogheda, Co Louth, Ireland Tel: ++353 (0)41 984 1551 Email: Web: