The Lilliput Press is one of Ireland’s smallest and most prestigious publishing houses. We publish a wide variety of Irish interest books and are proud to represent authors such as James Joyce, John Moriarty, J.P. Donleavy and many others. We specialize in biography, historical non-fiction and memoir, but are also one of the leading fiction publishers in Ireland and are known for discovering exciting new talents such as Donal Ryan, Rob Doyle and Elske Rahill.
The Lilliput Press was founded in 1984 by Antony Farrell in County Westmeath. Jonathan Swift spent his summers in a house nearby, and derived the name Lilliput from a local townland. The office was moved to its present locale in Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, in 1989. More than 600 titles have appeared under its imprint; these encompass art, music (both traditional and popular Irish music) architecture, autobiography and memoir, biography and history, ecology and environmentalism, essays and literary criticism, philosophy, current affairs and popular culture, fiction, drama and poetry, all broadly focused on Irish themes. We are particularly focused on publishing high quality books about Irish history, and have covered a wide range of topics in this area alone.
Postage and Packaging: Our postal rates are the standard An Post rates plus the cost of packaging. All P&P costs are clearly shown at the checkout, and delivery time is the standard for An Post. We also offer courier delivery within Ireland and the UK. Rates for courier delivery are shown at checkout.
Phone orders: We are not currently accepting phone orders as staff are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can get in touch with us via e-mail via email@example.com.
How the website works: In order to make your book-browsing easier, we have divided our books into categories (based on topic) and sections (based on availability, edition type). Here’s a quick explanation of our sections and categories:
We have a fine selection of limited and special editions – all of which have a limited print-run, and many of which are signed and numbered. From the first Dublin-published edition of Ulysses to a slipcased, leather-bound graphic novelization of Tristram Shandy, we have a spectacular array of limited and special edition books. Full details of what makes each edition special and unique can be found on each relevant book page, but should you need to know any more, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
The Lilliput Press bookshop is not currently open due to staff working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please inquire through firstname.lastname@example.org with any specific queries.
HOW TO FIND US
If you have any questions or queries regarding our books or our website, please don’t hesitate to get in touch – by e-mail or any of the other methods detailed in our Contact Us section.
Although we do not give out contact information for our authors, we can forward any queries.