Irish Print Magazines
Crannóg    New Irish writing alongside international.  3 issues each year.
Crossways Magazine  
The Dublin Review  Quarterly,  essays, memoir, travel writing, criticism, fiction and reportage.
Gorse   Modern and innovative writing, three time each year.
Into the Void charges a reading fee - is a non-profit print and digital literary magazine dedicated to providing a platform for fantastic fiction, non-fiction and poetry from all over the world. We accept writing of all genres and styles, striving to publish work that we feel is heartfelt, genuine and screaming to be read. We adore beautiful and unique styles of writing but clarity is most important. We are committed to giving writers of all experience levels an opportunity. Unpublished writers have just as good a chance of getting published as established ones–it’s all about the writing. https://intothevoidmagazine.com/submissions/
Irish Pages    Journal of contemporary writing. Biennial. 
The Moth - a quarterly international arts and literature magazine featuring poems, short fiction, interviews and art. Email submissions to editor@themothmagazine.com. Annual subscription costs €16 (inc. postage worldwide)
The Bog Road, Dromard, Cavan, Co. Cavan, Ireland
Editor: Rebecca O'Connor

Southword  New writing from Ireland.
Stinging Fly - The Stinging Fly, PO Box 6016, Dublin 8. - Back after a break. No email subs. (26205)
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.