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  • Sam Coll

    Sam Coll was born in 1989, in Dublin, Ireland. He graduated in English and Art History from Trinity College Dublin in 2011 and later obtained a…

  • Alastair Campbell

    Campbell was born in 1957 in Yorkshire. He is a journalist, broadcaster, and writer, who held the position as Tony Blair’s Director of Communications and Strategy between…

  • J.P. Curley

    Walter J.P. Curley is a graduate of Yale and Harvard universities, and the former US Ambassador to Ireland and France. He is the author of Letters…

  • Sorj Chalandon

    Sorj Chalandon is a journalist and novelist who spent formative years on assignment to Northern Ireland as a reporter for Libération during the Troubles. My Traitor…

  • Michael Craig

    Michael Craig is an illustrator and son of Maurice Craig. “The quality of the drawings in Mausolea Hibernica can only be described as extraordinary as Craig manages…

  • Neil Cornwell

    Professor Neil Cornwell teaches at the University of Bristol. He founded Irish Slavonic Studies, and translated Daniil Kharms’ The Plummeting Old Women.

  • Phillip Casey

    Phillip Casey was born in London in 1950 and raised in Co. Wexford, before travelling widely in Israel and Europe. His previous works include The Year of…

  • Paul Clements

    Paul Clements is a travel writer and broadcaster. He is the author of three books on Ireland: Irish Shores: A Journey Round the Rim of Ireland (1993),…

  • Patrick Conlan

    Patrick Conlan is the author of Franciscan Ireland, which tells the story of the arrival and spread of the Order of Friars Minor in Ireland from 1226 to…

  • Owen Crohan

    Owen Crohan is a Kerry-born sports journalist whose previous books include biographies of Mick O’Connell and Mick O’Dwyer, two of Kerry’s best known GAA figures.

  • Maurice Craig

    Maurice Craig (1919-2011) was born in Belfast and educated in Dalkey and Shrewsbury, and at Magdalene College, cambridge, and Trinity College, Dublin, where he gained a…

  • Louis M. Cullen

    Louis M. Cullen is Professor of Modern Irish History at Trinity College, Dublin. His many books include The Brandy Trade under the Ancien Régime (1998).

  • Kevin Casey

    Kevin Casey was born in Kells, Co. Meath in 1940 and went to Blackrock College, Dublin. Once the Abbey’s youngest playwright, and married to poet Eavan…

  • Joseph Connell

    Joseph Connell has had a lifelong interest in Irish history with particular emphasis on the period covered in this book. A lawyer and former instructor in…

  • Jim Connell

    In 1889 Jim Connell wrote The Red Flag, which became the anthem of the international Labour movement. He was born near Kilskyre, County Meath, and in…

  • Jennifer Coyle

    Jennifer Coyle was born in Dublin in 1975 and educated at Trinity College and the Sorbonne. She was once Sleeping Beauty at EuroDisney, Marie Claire’s ‘What’s…

  • Harry Clifton

    Harry Clifton was born in Dublin and has travelled widely in Africa and Asia, and latterly in Europe. He is the author of several volumes of…

  • Elaine Crowley

    Elaine Crowley, who came late to writing, achieved instant success with her novels Dreams of Other Days (1984), The Man Made to Measure (1986), Waves Upon…

  • Ciaran Carty

    Since incurring the wrath of his first editor in 1960 by making Hitchcock’s Psycho his film of the year, veteran cineast Ciaran Carty has consistently championed…

  • Anthony Cronin

    Anthony Cronin is one of Ireland’s leading men of letters. He is the author of novels (The Life of Riley, Identity Papers), criticism (A Question of…