Established in 2012, Merrion Press is our popular history and general interest imprint, specialising in cutting edge, accessible non-fiction. Our key genres are history, current affairs, memoirs and biographies, with a particular focus on exposing the dark underbelly of the modern Northern Irish conflict. We’ve released over 40 titles so far including the bestselling Charlie One, In the Name of the Son: The Gerry Conlon Story, Crossing the Line, The Civil War in Dublin, UVF: Behind the Mask, Brian Lenihan: In Calm and Crisis, Inside the Room, Ireland’s Call, Emmet Dalton, and the remarkable Belfast Days: A 1972 Teenage Diary.
Irish Academic Press has been at the forefront of academic and general publishing in Ireland for over forty years.
New Titles from Merrion Press
Burning Heresies: A Memoir of a Life in Conflict, 1979-2020€19.95 Add to basketeBook >
Girls Play Too: Inspiring Stories of Irish Sportswomen€14.95 Add to basketeBook >
Looking Through You: Northern Chronicles€16.95 Add to basketeBook >
A Bloody Summer: The Irish at the Battle of Britain€16.95 Read moreeBook >