Below, we have listed various interesting Irish poetry websites.
Each description also mentions the language(s) in which the site is available.
The national poetry organisation based in Dublin and publisher of the journal Poetry Ireland Review.
The Munster Literature Centre
Publishers of the Irish domain on PIW, the literary journal Southword and host of several annual literary festivals in Cork.
The Irish Writers Centre
Dublin-based literature centre where readings and book launches are held.
The Heaney Centre
Poetry centre based in the School of English of Queen’s University Belfast.
Irish Literature Exchange
Organisation responsible for the promotion of inward and outward literary translation.
A website for contemporary European literature.
Language: Danish, English, German, Irish and Welsh
FestivalsDublin Writers Festival
Ireland’s biggest annual literary bash featuring poets and prose writers.
A general spring-timed festival with a different theme each year, 2006 featuring writing on Love & Desire.
Cuirt International Festival of Literature
Galway hosted general literature festival.
Specialist poetry festival in Dun Laoghaire.
General literature festival hosted in Sligo.
A press with an international author list including many translations.
Ireland’s longest established specialist poetry press.
Irish press publishing mostly American and Irish poets.
The website of Cló Iar-Chonnachta - one of Ireland's leading Irish language publishers.
Language: English, Irish
A site treating An Leabhar Mór - The Great Book of Gaelic - a selection of poems in English translation with originals from the two main languages of the Goidelicsubdivision of Celtic languages.
Language: English, Irish and Scots Gaelic