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  • Michael Chapman Pincher

    Michael Chapman Pincher, now retired, became an environmentalist and insect inspector following his exploits at sea. He lives in England’s Pershore with his family. His father was the late…

  • Máire Comerford

    Máire Comerford (1893–1982) was an Irish Republican from County Wexford who witnessed central events of the Irish Revolution 1916-23 and remained a committed historical researcher, republican activist and…

  • Mike Chinoy

    Are You With Me? Kevin Boyle and the Rise of the Human Rights Movement was published by The Lilliput Press in 2020. As a foreign correspondent for…

  • 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…

  • Mary Carbery

    Born Mary Vanessa Toulmin (1867-1949), Carbery was an English author who was born and raised in Childwickbury Manor, Hertfordshire. She lived in Frankfield House, Co. Cork. …

  • 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 literary journalist and author of the biography Romancing Ireland: Richard Hayward 1892-1964 published by the Lilliput Press in 2014 and adapted for…

  • 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 McCrohan

    Owen McCrohan 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…