Romping through Gulliver's Travels by At it Again!

Romping through Gulliver’s Travels Launch

Romping through Gulliver’s Travels by At it Again! Launch   Join At it Again! to celebrate the launch of their new book, Romping through Gulliver’s Travels, in the wonderful setting of Books Upstairs Cafe on Thursday, 2nd March at 6.30pm. Spend a fun evening with At it Again! who are the creative heads behind the Continue reading


At it Again! Christmas Markets

Meet the Makers – Christmas Markets

We are happy to announce that you will be able to meet us in person at various Christmas Markets in the month of December. Pop by to get some stocking fillers, gifts for book lovers or mementos for your loved ones abroad. We are also happy to sign copies of our books to make your Continue reading


Christmas Card by At it Again! based on The Dead from James Joyce's Dubliners

At it Again! Christmas Card featured on the Daily Edge

“His soul swooned slowly as he heard the snow falling faintly through the universe.” – The Dead, Dubliners, James Joyce. We swooned ourselves when we made it onto the Daily Edge with our new Christmas Card based on James Joyce’s short story The Dead from Dubliners. They have selected it as one of their wonderfully Irish alternative Christmas cards. Continue reading


James from At it Again! reads Ulysses by James Joyce

How I learnt to love Ulysses

First Impressions When I was in school, we had a book of English prose examples which included an extract from the Aeolus section in Ulysses. At the time, even without the context of the rest of the book, there was something remarkable about it. The writing was so rich and evocative that it has stayed with Continue reading


Romping through Dracula by At it Again!

How to celebrate Halloween – Dracula style

It’s time to celebrate Hallowe’en. Dracula will be your guide as you get sucked into a world of castles, crypts and climaxes. 1 Clontarf Bram Stoker’s Gothic tale begins with Jonathan Harker travelling to Dracula’s castle in Transylvania. Take a trip to the coastal suburb of Clontarf on Dublin’s northside. See Bram Stoker’s birthplace at 15 Continue reading