Dingle Publishing is recognised for quality, excellence and professionalism. Founded on the principle of bringing traditional publishing standards to independent authors, we are an established, trusted partner in publishing with a strong track record of success. Our heritage began with Brandon Books and now maintains as part of its mission a strong commitment to Irish authors and the people, history and natural environment of Ireland.
With a reputation for precision, we shepherd a concept from its embryonic stage right through to the printed book appearing on the shelves. We provide a full suite of services to publishers. Our collaborations include Harvill Press, Brandon Books, Collins Press, The Educational Company of Ireland, Currach Press, Irish Academic Press and Columba Press.
Many of our books have won coveted awards, including International Dublin Literary Award, Edgar Award, Crime Writers’ Association Silver Dagger Award, Macavity Award, Anthony Award, Crime Writers’ Association Gold Dagger Award and the Shamus Award. Our work has been featured by RTÉ, BBC, ITV, The Times, The Independent, The Guardian, The Observer, Sunday Times, New York Times, Boston Globe and Washington Post.
We are fortunate to have worked with many dynamic writers and individuals including former President of Ireland Mary McAleese; award-winning crime writers Ken Bruen and Peter Høeg; prominent politicians Gerry Adams and David Ervine; and captivating authors such as Joanne Hayes and Salman Rushdie. We are driven by the passions of our authors.
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“Siobhán is one of our ‘go to’ editors for any editorial job out of the ordinary, requiring
initiative and hand-holding of an author as well as the usual editing skills.”
Con Collins, Collins Press