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  • Killing and dying : six stories

    by Adrian Tomine Read more →

  • Where reasons end

    by Yiyun Li Read more →

  • On the edge : Ireland's offshore islands, a modern history

    by Diarmaid Ferriter Read more →

  • The trumpets shall sound

    by Eibhear Walshe Read more →

  • Something to tell you

    by Lucy Diamond Read more →

  • Seeds on ice : Svalbard and the Global Seed Vault

    by Cary Fowler Read more →

  • Grass roots : the rise and fall and rise of marijuana in America

    by Emily Dufton Read more →

  • The freedom artist

    by Ben Okri Read more →

  • The Maamtrasna murders : language, life and death in nineteenth century Ireland

    by Margaret Kelleher Read more →

  • Heaven on earth : painting and the life to come

    by T. J. Clark Read more →

  • The glass woman

    by Caroline lea Read more →

  • Another planet : a teenager in suburbia

    By Tracey Thorn Read more →

  • North of Dawn

    By Nuruddin Farah Read more →



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Events Guide May 2019

Download a copy of our events guide for May.


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3D Printing at Cork City Libraries

3D Printing is now available at the City Library, Grand Parade and at Bishopstown Library.


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Healthy Ireland

Cork City Libraries has added some new titles to stock under the Healthy Ireland Initiative. Download a copy of our updated reading list here.


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Interactive Timeline 1918-1923

Cork City Libraries has launched a new interactive timeline marking historical events in Cork from 1918 to 1923.  


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Lift Out of Order in the City Library

The lift in the City Library is currently out of order. The Local Studies Department and the Reference Department can be accessed using the stairs in the main foyer.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.


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