New words // New music // New Dublin
New Dublin Press is an independent publisher, media production house, and performance organiser committed to innovative work across disciplines. We work with artists, authors, poets, scholars, musicians and composers from various countries and formal approaches, encouraging a lively space for arts education and practice in Dublin - and beyond.
We are particularly interested in publishing essays, interviews and poetry, and we encourage experimentation with form and content. Visual art, music and other audio material is also welcome. We primarily publish using our online platform, though we do high-quality limited editions in print.
To pitch an idea to our editors, please contact us here.
Founder, Managing Editor
Lara May O'Muirithe
We independently produce radio broadcasts, documentaries, music and spoken word. NDP has been featured on RTÉ Radio 1 and 105.2 TXFM. Tune in regularly to hear our latest material, along with recordings from NDP events and interviews with authors, musicians, poets and composers.
We work with poets, authors, musicians and composers from Dublin and around the world, bringing quality arts programming to Irish audiences. Our ongoing initiative, the Performing Poetry Project, is approaching its third year. Keep up to date and don't miss opportunities for the best literary and musical work in Dublin.
Independent Publishers, Joycean Readings & Mulled Wine! In Support of Fighting Words
The Colour of Saying: An Evening to Celebrate Dylan Thomas in Dublin's stunning Unitarian Church. Featuring Maurice Scully, John Goodby, Nerys Williams, Jonathan Creasy, Carry On Troubadours and Twin Headed Wolf.
NDP presents Chamber Music & Poetry - featuring composer / guitarist Benjamin Dwyer and poets Kimberly Campanello and Kit Fryatt. A must see!
NDP's Performing Poetry Project presents Gavin Selerie and Nerys Williams - and music from Patrick Groenland. Drinks reception sponsored by O'Hara's!
Join us on Culture Night at the James Joyce Centre for a listening session devoted to the NDP documentary, The Big Book: James Joyce's Ulysses.
NDP's Performing Poetry Project presents Quincy R. Lehr
Producer and presenter Jonathan Creasy explores the biggest book of them all - James Joyce's Ulysses.
New Dublin Press is back at the Joinery! Don't miss this unique collection of exciting musicians and poets.
The Performing Poetry Project returns to the spacious Back Loft Gallery for a day of poetry and music with Maurice Scully, Nerys Williams and Kimberly Campanello.
New Dublin Press present an intimate evening of music and poetry in Granby Park. Granby Park is an urban pop-up park in a reclaimed vacant site in Dublin’s inner city.
PPP is Back! Join us Sunday, July 7th at 3:00 PM for more poetry, music, food, and drink.
Featuring Nerys Williams, Droppin the Act, and Katie Holmes. With music from Carry On Troubadours.
Join us at the JOINERY! A very special gig of music, poetry & DJ sets, with proceeds going to the Joinery Fundit campaign.
Featuring Kit Fryatt, Jonathan C. Creasy, Rory McArdle and music from Patrick Groenland.