Mar
21
2017
 

As British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s right-hand man, former journalist and political analyst Alastair Campbell played a critical role in every aspect of New Labour strategy. Charting the course of British government from July 1994 to August 2003, Campbell’s relentlessly honest, often controversial, occasionally brutal, and always razor-sharp commentary has drawn critical acclaim from around the world. In The Irish Diaries (1994–2003), Campbell recalls the integral role Martin McGuinness played in the Northern Ireland peace process. Although the imposing character of McGuinness was ‘always sizing things up, with a smile that veered from charm to menace’, Campbell admits finding McGuinness ‘impressive’ as someone who ‘made a point and battered it, and forced you to take it on board.’ Campbell found…

Mar
21
2017
 

The Lilliput Press, one of Ireland’s most prestigious independent publishing houses, seeks a full-time publicity intern for the period April to July 2017. This four-month internship is an opportunity to experience the front line of Irish book publishing in a creative and friendly work environment. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills in social media marketing, running publicity campaigns, event management and sales, as well as learning valuable administrative skills. You will be required to flex your copywriting skills, proofread publicity materials and deal with media contacts. Suitable candidates will have the opportunity to read and critique submitted manuscripts and will be able to get involved in the book design process and the…

Mar
03
2017
 

Thursday, March 9th at 6.30PM In honor of International Women’s Day, come to ‘Words by Women’ and hear readings from the wonderful writers Rosita Sweetman, Kerrie O’Brien, Sydney Weinburg, Maggie Armstrong, Nicole Flattery and Sarah Maria Griffin. All proceeds to the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre Suggested donation €10 The Lilliput Press 62-63 Sitric Road, Arbour Hill Dublin 7