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Submissions for Crannóg 49 are open until July 31st.

Crannóg 49 will be launched on
Friday October 31st 2018


Our Pushcart nominees for 2017

Our Forward Prize nominees for 2018

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Crannóg is a project funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and Galway City Council.
It endeavours to provide support to writers, artists and associated literary events.

Crannóg 48 the summer  issue, is out now.

 You can get your copy just by clicking on the cover image below. Still only €7-00:

The Crannóg Questionnaire

We interview writers on their thoughts about the writing process, their writing routines and other matters.

Mike McCormack

Alan McMonagle

Mary O’Donnell

The winners of the 2017 Forward Prize             click here …

100 pages packed with fiction and poetry from 47 writers including Tanya Farrelly, Órla Fay, Kevin Graham, David Butler, Simon Perchik, Mark Hart, Vanessa Kirkpatrick, V. P. Loggins etc.

Plus author interview with Mike McCormack, winner of the Dublin International Literary Award 2018 for his one sentence novel, Solar Bones.

Cover art: Tempus frangit tempus ducit

by Marie-Jeanne Jacob


'An invaluable outlet for new writing.’  The Irish Times 


Crannóg acknowledges the assistance of:

Arts Council of Ireland, Galway City Council,The Galway Language Centre, Mill Street Study Centre

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