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TheJournal.ie Best Irish-published Book of the Year

TheJournal.ie Best Irish-published award was set up to reward the excellence of native publishing and submitted titles must therefore emanate from an Irish-based publishing house.

Previous Winners

  • 2019 Children of the Troubles by Joe Duffy & Freya McClements
  • 2018 Lighthouses of Ireland by Roger O’Reilly
  • 2017 Atlas of the Irish Revolution by John Crowley, Donál Ó Drisceoil, Mike Murphy and John Borgonovo
  • 2016 The Glass Shore by Sinéad Gleeson (Editor)
  • 2015 The Long Gaze Back by Sinéad Gleeson (Editor)
  • 2014 Dubliners 100 by Thomas Morris (Editor)
  • 2013 A History Of Ireland in 100 Objects by Fintan O’Toole
  • 2012 Atlas of the Great Irish Famine by John Crowley, William J. Smyth and Mike Murphy
  • 2011 Connemara by Tim Robinson
  • 2010 Good Mood Food by Donal Skehan
  • 2009 The Parish by Alice Taylor
  • 2008 Judging Dev by Diarmaid Ferriter
  • 2007 Lifelines by Niall McMonagle (Editor)

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