The home of Irish women writers on the web
The website which leads you to your favourite writers
Discover more about the writers you love by visiting their websites.

Or if you've  wondered how authors went about getting published,  have a wander through this site.

Or visit the authors' own sites: (Click name to visit)

Cecelia Ahern   Claire Allan   Mary Arrigan   Catherine Barry      Maeve Binchy   Mary Bond  Juliet Bressan  Colette Caddle

June Considine      Tracy Culleton    Judi Curtin   Catherine Daly    Denise Deegan  Martina Devlin    

Emma Donoghue     Rose Doyle   Anne Marie Forrest    Miriam Gallagher    Aine Greaney   Emma Heatherington

Suzanne Higgins    Melissa Hill   Mary Hosty  Arlene Hunt   Michelle Jackson  Cathy Kelly    Marian Keyes     Marisa Mackle

  Mary Malone    Sinead Moriarty    Ellen Mc Carthy    Felicity Mc Call   Jacinta McDevitt   Monica McInerney   Hazel McIntyre   

Geraldine Nesbitt         Alison Norrington    Mairead O'Driscoll   Gemma O'Connor    Kathleen Sheehan O'Connor 

  Susanne O'Leary    Sheila O'Flanagan      Patricia O'Reilly   Mary O'Sullivan    Pixie Pirelli    Tina Reilly 

  Mary Russell    Kate Thompson   Nesta Tuomey    Sarah Webb   Grace Wynne-Jones                                                  

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Website  last updated: November 29, 2011
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