Top Menu

Tag Archives | university of limerick

Legal Deposit

Definition Legal deposit is a requirement for publishers and distributors to send at least one copy of their publications free of charge to designated libraries. It ensures that the book is preserved for future generations and that all published work is saved and is part is the countries heritage. The books have to be sent to the acquisition departments in the following libraries. Trinity College Dublin The British Library The National Library of Ireland Dublin City University NUI Galway NUI Maynooth UCD University College Cork University of Limerick The Irish […]

Continue Reading ·

The Boys of Ballycroy – Kieran Ginty

A full-time public servant, Kieran Ginty qualified from the University of Limerick with a BA degree in Public Administration. Originally from Ballycroy in Co. Mayo, he is now settled in Limerick. This week, I had a quick chat with Kieran about his newly printed novel, his first, The Boys of Ballycroy. First off, I asked Kieran how it all started. “People who have read the book estimated that it must have taken me at least three years to write,” he said, “but I actually did it in less than 6 […]

Continue Reading ·