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 materials are also welcome. NDP publishes in print and online.
To pitch an idea to our editors, please contact us here.
We work with poets, authors, musicians, composers and educators from Dublin and around the world, bringing quality arts programming to Irish audiences. Our ongoing initiative, the Performing Poetry Project, is in its fourth year. Keep up to date and don't miss opportunities for the best literary and musical work in Dublin. NDP also aims to bring our work overseas, presenting readings, performances, exhibitions and lectures around the world.
NDP and the James Joyce Centre present celebrated U.S. poet Elizabeth Willis, in association with Poetry Ireland. Willis's most recent collection, Awake, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2016, and she is Professor of Poetry at the Iowa Writers' Workshop.
Reading and conversation June 14 and workshop June 15.
Acclaimed poet, author, biographer Terese Svoboda visits Dublin from New York City for a talk and reading centred on her new biography of the radical Irish-American poet Lola Ridge.
NDP presents a collaborative performance by poets Annemarie Ní Churreáin, Kimberly Campanello, and Kinga Tóth. This collaboration arises from the poets' shared emphasis on the musicality and materiality of language – from Hungarian, to German, to Irish, to English, to Sanskrit – including the physical processes of shaping language in poetry performance. In this piece, the poets have meditated upon the themes of borders, cycles and the taking of life.
NDP editor and publisher Jonathan Creasy gives a featured lecture at this year's Black Mountain College Conference in Asheville, North Carolina.
Susan Howe is one of the preeminent writers in the United States. We are extremely happy to present this evening of reading and conversation with Howe, in the wonderful venue of Belvedere House as part of the 2015 Bloomsday Festival.
NDP presents poet and scholar Kimberly Campanello as part of our lecture series. She will give a talk titled, The 'Found' Voice, after which there will be time for a discussion with Dr. Campanello and the NDP editorial staff.