Last order dates for Christmas gifts from At it Again!

Last order dates for Christmas gifts from At it Again!

At it Again! at the Louth Craftmark Winterfair

At it Again! at the Louth Craftmark Winterfair

At it Again! at Christmas Markets

Even though we mourn the loss of the Dublin Flea Christmas Market, we have managed to find several markets in the run up to Christmas that we can sell our literary guides and gifts and meet all you lovely people in person. You can find a list of where you can find us in November and December here.

Romping Through Irish Literature Books by At it Again!

Romping Through Irish Literature Books by At it Again!

Literary Travel Books

Planning a trip to Dublin over the summer? Use our series of literary travel books to explore Dublin and Ireland in the footsteps of famous Irish authors and their characters. Discover the Irish roots of Dracula, the world's most famous vampire. Follow James Joyce as he lives in and writes about Dear Dirty Dublin. Travel with Lemuel Gulliver to his author's home country or find out how Oscar Wilde became a famous novelist and playwright. The pocket-sized books include background information on the author and his classic work of Irish literature, a breakdown of the story, literary maps, things to do and see, best quotes and juicy titbits from the author's life and times. Our quirky literary travel guides offer you an alternative way to explore Dublin and Ireland off the beaten track. Start your literary travel adventure here

At it Again! Irish Women Writers Cards

At it Again! Irish Women Writers Cards

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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