Romping through Bloomsday Activity Guide by At it Again!

Romping through Bloomsday Activity Guide by At it Again!

Romping through Bloomsday

We are currently working on a new edition of Romping through Ulysses. To tide you over, you will soon have your own Romping through Bloomsday Activity Guide in collaboration with the Bloomsday Festival. This is a fun way to discover James Joyce’s epic adventure, Ulysses. You’ll find out what’s the story, sartorial tips on dressing up as an Edwardian lady or gent, things to do and some titbits to celebrate Bloomsday at home this year!

The activity guide will be free to download from the beginning of June. 


Covid-19 Information

We hope you and your loved ones are all safe and well. At it Again! is working away as normal from our attic office on the Northside of Dublin. We can still process and send orders, but please check here if any restrictions for your country apply. For our book lovers in the USA, you can still buy items that are not too bulky, such as 1-2 books, a print, or several of our cards as they can be sent in envelopes. 

If you are not completely sure, we have also made a gift card option available for you.

You can choose from different amounts here and redeem them later when the restrictions due to Covid-19 have been lifted or send them to a book lover you want to surprise with a literary gift made in Ireland. 

"Ah, I can see you are a bookworm like myself."

'An Encounter', Dubliners by James Joyce

Irish Women Writers Greeting Card Set by At it Again!

Irish Women Writers Greeting Card Set by At it Again!

Irish Women Writers

At it Again! are celebrating Irish Women Writers with greeting cards and a limited amount of A4 prints. With the support from Dublin UNESCO City of Literature and permission from the various estates, we were able to design and print Maeve Brennan, Maeve Binchy, Elizabeth Bowen, Dorothy Macardle, Lady Wilde, Maria Edgeworth and Lady Gregory. Discover these amazing women who were so much more than writers. 





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