BOOKS BY ÉILIS NÍ DHUIBHNE

 

 

 AVAILABLE FROM BLACKSTAFF PRESS (http://www.blackstaffpress.com/), 

POOLBEG PRESS (poolbeg.ie)

and COIS LIFE (http://www.coislife.ie/).

Also  in libraries, good bookshops, and on  Amazon and Kindle.

 

NOVELS AND SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS                             

 Blood and Water.  Dublin: Attic, 1988. (short stories)

The Bray House.  Dublin: Attic, 1990. (novel)

Eating Women is Not Recommended.  Dublin: Attic, 1991.         (short stories)

Singles. Dublin: Basement Press, 1994. (novel published under               pseudonym, Elizabeth O’Hara)

The Inland Ice. Belfast: Blackstaff, 1997. (short stories)

The Dancers Dancing. Belfast: Blackstaff, 1999; London:           Hodder Headline, 2001. (novel)

The Pale Gold of Alaska.Belfast: Blackstaff, 2000; London:       Hodder Headline, 2001. (short stories)

Dúnmharú sa Daingean.Dublin: Clo Cois Life, 2000 (novel).

Midwife to the Fairies. New and Selected Stories.Cork, Attic Press, 2002.

Cailíní Beaga Ghleann na mBláth.Dublin: Cois Life, 2003 (novel).

Fox, Swallow, Scarecrow. Belfast, Blackstaff, 2007;

Dún an Airgid, Dublin, Cois Life, 2008.

The Shelter of Neighbours.  Belfast, Blackstaff, 2012.  

 

 

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

  

The Uncommon Cormorant.  Dublin: Poolbeg, 1990.

Hugo and the Sunshine Girl.  Dublin: Poolbeg,  1991.

The Hiring Fair. Dublin: Poolbeg,1993.  (pseud. Elizabeth O’Hara

Blaeberry Sunday.Dublin: Poolbeg, 1994. (Elizabeth O’Hara)

Penny Farthing Sally.  Dublin: Poolbeg, 1996. (Elizabeth O’Hara)         

The Sparkling Rain. Dublin, Poolbeg,  2002. (Elizabeth O’Hara)

 Hurlamaboc.Dublin, Cois Life, 2006.

Dordán.  Dublin, Cois Life, 2010.

Snobs, Dogs and Scobies. Dublin, Little Island, 2012.

                                               

SHORT STORIES

Anthologized in:

 

Territories of the Voice. Ed Louise De Salvo. London: Virago,    1990.

Cosmopolis.  Ed. Inez Rieder. San Francisco: Kleis Press, 1990.

State of the Art.  Ed. David Marcus. London: Sceptre, 1992

Virgins and Hyacinth.  Ed Caroline Walsh. Dublin: Attic, 1993.

The Picador Book of Irish Fiction.  Ed. Dermot Bolger.                 London: Picador, 1993.

Best Short Stories 1986.  Ed. Giles Gordon, London,       Heinemann, 1986.

Blackstaff Book of Short Stories.  Belfast: Blackstaff, 1988.

Second Blackstaff Book of Short Stories. Belfast: Blackstaff,      1991.

Wildish Things.  Ed. Ailbhe Smyth, Dublin: Attic, 1989.

Ireland's Women; Writings Past and Present.  Ed, Katie Donovan, Dublin, Gill and Macmillan, 1994.

Irish Comic Writing. Ed Ferdia MacCana.  London: Michael        Joseph, 1995.

Frauen in Irland.  Munich: DTV, 1990.

Antologia della nuova Letteratura Irlandaise. Perugia, 1994.

Move Over Waxblinder. Ed. John Murray. Brampton,    England: Panurge, 1994.

The Irish Eros. Ed. David Marcus. Dublin: Gill, 1996.

A Part of Ourselves. Ed. Siobhan Parkinson. Dublin: Farmar,     1997.

Oxford Book of Ireland. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998.

Phoenix Book of Irish Short Stories. Ed. David Marcus.                 London: Phoenix, 1998.

Kri in Voda. Antologija sodobnih irskih kratkih zgodb.  Ed.        Tina Kahkota. Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1998.

Ladies Night at Finbar's Hotel. Ed. Dermot Bolger. Dublin:        New Island Books/London, Picador, 1999.

Phoenix Book of Irish Short Stories. Ed. David Marcus.                 London, 2002.

Arrow in Flight: Irish short stories. Ed. Caroline Walsh,               Dublin/New York: Townhouse, 2002.

Faber Book of Irish Short Stories, ed. David Marcus. Faber, London, 2006.

Best European Short Stories, 2011. Illinois, Dalkey Archive Press, 2011.

Granta Book of Irish Short Stories, ed. Anne Enright. London, Granta, 2010.

Faber Book of New Irish Stories. Ed. Kevin Barry. London, Faber, 2013.

Also broadcast on BBC 3, BBC 4, RTE Radio 1, etc.

 

Drama

 

Dún na mBan trí Thine.   Performed by Amharclann de Hide, at              the Peacock, Dublin, November 1994 (Director Kathy            McArdle).

Milseog an tSamhraidh. Performed by Amharclann de Híde at                the  Sam BeckettCentreTrinityCollege, as part of            Dublin Theatre Festival October 1997 (Director Kathy                 McArdle).

Milseog an tSamhraidh.  Baile Atha Cliath: Cois Life, 1997 (2-   play volume).

The Nettle Spinner. Performed at the Peacock Theatre, Dublin,               January 1998.

 

 

POETRY

 

Individual poems in Poetry Ireland, Cyphers, New Irish Writing (Irish Press and Sunday Tribune) and other publications (1980-present);

 

Mark My Words: meditations accompanying Alice Maher’s exhibition, The Night Garden.  Dublin, RHA, 2007.

 

 

Translations

 

The Inland Ice.  German translation by Peperkorn Editions,      1999.

The Dancers Dancing.  German translation by Europaische      Verlagenstalt, Hamburg 2000.

Eating Women is Not Recommended. Italian translation by       Editions Teoria, Rome 1999.

Fox, Swallow, Scarecrow. Czech translation 2008.

The Hiring Fair. Japanese translation 2010.

Blaeberry Sunday. Japanese translation 2011.

Penny Farthing Sally. Japanese translation 2012.

Hurlamaboc. Scots Gaelic tanslation 2008.

 

 

NON FICTION BOOKS

 

Ed., Voices on the Wind. Women Poets of the Celtic Twilight.Dublin, New Island, 1996;

Ed., with Séamas Ó Catháin, The Viking Ale. Articles by Bo Almqvist. Aberystwyth, Boethius, 1991;

Ed., with Séamas Ó Catháin, Northern Lights, a Festschrift for Bo Almqvist. Dublin, UCD Press, 2001;

ed, WB Yeats. Works and Days. A Book to Accompany the Yeats Exhibition at the National Library.Dublin, National Library, 2006.