Bradshaw Books is committed to promoting literature to people of all backgrounds. Established in 1985, for over two decades it has published the work of both established and emerging writers.

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About

Bradshaw Books, the publishing arm of Tigh Filí, was established in 1985 with the launch of The Box Under the Bed, a collection of prose and poetry by women writers in Cork. The primary aim of Bradshaw Books is, and always has been, to offer shelter, support and motivation to emerging writers and poets of all ages and backgrounds. Many have gone on to enjoy considerable success and acclaim in their careers after their first publication with Bradshaw. Bradshaw Books current and back list includes early works by a number of prominent names in Irish writing today: Eugene O’Connell, Jean O’Brien, Mary Rose Callan, Michael McCarthy, Ian Wild, Ciarán Ruby, Ann Egan, Daphne Dwyer, Anne Dean, Tony O’Dwyer and John O’Donnell, amongst many others. One of the most acclaimed successes of Bradshaw Books has been the Cork Literary Review, now in its 13th edition. Marking 25 years of Bradshaw, Volume XIV of the Review will be launched in November 2011. The Cork Literary Review Manuscript also returns in 2011, offering an emerging poet the opportunity to have their first collection published by Bradshaw Books.

Bradshaw Books is actively committed to encouraging children from all over the world to express themselves creatively through poetry and art. The publication of the Eurochild Anthology of Children’s Artwork and Poetry each year provides a unique forum in which to showcase their often astonishing work. Visit www.eurochild.net for more information on the Eurochild Project.

Bradshaw Books is a member of Publishing Ireland (www.publishingireland.com).

Praise for Bradshaw Books

‘The existence of literary journals is often precarious. Apart from the labour-of-love aspect, there are the crippling production costs and, sometimes, the lack of committed subscribers. Many journals disappear or go online – witness Southward, the journal of the Munster Literature Centre which recently went virtual. Cork Literary Review, now in its 13th issue, under the editorship of Eugene O’Connell, is reversing matters and has gone from paperback to hardback in a bold and ambitious move.’ Joseph Woods, The Irish Times (October 2009)

‘What a wonderful project Eurochild is and what wonderful work the children produce! I cannot imagine a better way for children from many lands to learn to communicate creatively than a project like this.’ Siobhán Parkinson, CBI Laureate na n-Óg – Laureate for Children’s Literature

Meet the Bradshaw books team.