CELT (the Corpus of Electronic Texts)
University College Cork's project to make Irish literary and historical culture (in Irish, Latin, Anglo-Norman French, and English) available to scholars, students, and the general public. Includes online texts and resources.
Children's Books Ireland
Body promoting children's literature. Includes details of programs, awards and information on the Children's Book Festival.
Dublin Writers Workshop
Dublin based group with virtual members. Includes online workshop, events, Electric Acorns, forums and resources.
A creative writing centre established by Roddy Doyle and Sean Love in Dublin, to help students of all ages to develop their writing skills and explore their love of writing. Contains details of their programmes and summer camps, volunteer opportunities, news, and a collection of stories.
Ireland Literature Exchange
National organisation for the international promotion of Irish literature, in English and Irish. Offers translation grants and residential bursaries, and participates in international bookfairs.
An historical look at Irish literature from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
Irish Literature, Mythology, Folklore and Drama
Contains links for Irish history, language, periodicals, writers, literature, mythology, drama, folklore, and more.
Irish Manuscripts Commission
Body established to promote public awareness of primary source materials and their importance for the history, heritage and culture of Ireland.
Irish Texts Society
Founded in 1898 to promote the study of Irish literature and publishes texts in Irish with English translations and commentaries. Contains details of their publications, membership, news and contacts.
Irish Writers Union
Information on the aims and doings of the union, committee, competitions and events.
Munster Literature Centre
Arts organization promoting and celebrating literature particularly that of Munster. Organizes festivals, workshops, readings, and competitions.
Princess Grace Irish Library (Monaco)
Provides an online library of biographical and bibliographical information on 4,500 Irish authors and poets, with extracts from their works and commentaries upon them.