Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Siopaí/Shops

All the shops we are currently might as well have em all in one place and don't forget we do have a shop on Coimicí Gael www.coimicigael.ie:

Siopaí/Shops:

Mumhan/Munster:

An Clár/Clare:

Ennis Bookshop, 13 Abbey St., Ennis, Co Clare. http://www.ennisbookshop.ie/ Phone: 065 6829000 Email: books@ennisbookshop.ie

Art and Craft Company, Merchants Square, Ennis, Co. Clare http://www.artandcraft.ie/ Phone: 065 6821559 Email: info@artandcraft.ie

Custy’s Traditional Music Shop, Cookes Lane, Ennis, Co. Clare http://www.custysmusic.com/ Phone: 065 6821727 Email: custys.ennis@eircom.net

Scéal Eile Bookshop, 16 Lower Market St, Ennis, Co. Clare http://www.scealeilebooks.ie/ Phone: 065 6848648 Email: scealeilebooks@gmail.com

Abbey Newsagency, Abbey St., Ennis, Co. Clare Phone: 065 6821171

O’Callaghans News, Main St., Corofin, Co. Clare. Phone: 065 6827047

McLoughneys Newsagent, Unit 10, Shannon Town Centre, Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 061 362067

Hurleys Newsagent, Main St., Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare. Phone: 065 7084040

Lahinch Bookshop, Main St., Lahinch, Co. Clare. Phone: 065 7081300

Dalcassian Shopping Centre, Ruan, Ennis, Co. Clare Phone: 065 6837741

Ciarraí/Kerry:

Dingle Bookshop, Green Street, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland Phone: 066 9152433Website: www.dinglebookshop.com

Litriocht.com, Cill Chúile, Baile na nGall, Trá Li, Co.Chiarraí Gréasán: www.litriocht.com Fón: (0) 66 9155237

Corcaigh/Cork:

Macroom Bookshop, Fitz-Gerald Street, Macroom, Co. CorkWebsite: http://www.macroombookshop.com/Phone:+353 (0)26-41888 Email: jackie@macroombookshop.com

Luimneach/Limerick:

Siopa Leabhar, Conradh na Gaeilge, 18 Sráíd Thomáis, Luimneach (in aice le Tony Clarkes School Books) Fón: 061-417895 / 061-409557 Rphost: conradhluimnigh@gmail.com

Eason, Sráid Uí Chonaill, Luimneach Fón: 061 419 588 Rphost: limerick@eason.com

Connacht/Connaught:

Gaillimh/Galway:

An Spailpín Fánach, Ceardlann an Spidéil, An Spidéal, Co. na Gaillimhe, ÉireFón: +353 (0) 91 553343 www.spailpin.com

ABC Schoolbooks, Corbettcourt Shopping Centre, Williamsgate St., Galway www.abcbooks.ie Phone: 091 561950 corbettcourt@abcbooks.ie

Sub City Comics: Corbett Court, Eyre Square Shopping Centre, Galway Phone: 091 565994

Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Cornstore Mall, Middle Street, Galway
Phone: +353 91 561 766 Web: http://www.charliebyrne.com/

Dubray Books, 4 Shop Street, Galway Phone: +353 (0) 91 569070
Website: http://www.dubraybooks.ie/galway.asp


Laighean/Leinster:

Átha Cliath/Dublin:


Siopa Leabhar, Conradh na Gaeilge, 6 Sráid Fhearchair, Baile Átha Cliath 2. Fón: +353 (0) 1 475 7401 Rphost: eolas@cnag.ie

Crow Street Comics, 8 Crow St., Dublin 2 (around the corner from Filmbase in Templebar)

Sub-City Comics 2 Exchequer Street Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6771902 .

Forbidden Planet, 5-6 Crampton St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6710688

Cill Mhantáin/Wicklow:

Cúpla Focal, 15/16 Cosán Ailbhe, Bré, Co Chill Mhantáin/Co WicklowWebsite: http://www.cuplafocal.ie/ Phone: 01-2765120

Ulaidh/Ulster:

Aontriom/Antrim:

Ceathrú Póilí, Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich, 216 Bóthar na bhFál, Béal Feirste, BT12 6AHFón: +44 (0)28 9096 4180Gréasán: http://www.culturlann.com/

Doire/Derry:

An Carn Siopa, An Carn, Tirkane Road, Maghera, Co Derry BT46 5NHWebsite: http://www.ancarn.org/facilities/an-carn-siopaFón: 0044 (0)28 7954 9978


Dún na nGall/Donegal:

Teach Thomáis, Ard na gCeapairí, Doirí Beaga, Leitir Ceanainn, Contae Dún na nGall Phone: 074-953 1054

Oideas Gael, Gleann Cholm Cille, Contae Dhún na nGall, Éire Fón: 074 9730248 Rphost: eolas@oideas-gael.com Gréasán: www.oideas-gael.com

Thar Lear/Abroad:

Sasana/England:

London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Sq., London, NW1 9XB, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.londonirishcentre.wordpress.com/
Email: culture@irishcentre.org
Phone: 0044 (0) 20 7916 2222

Ceanada/Canada:

Scoil Gaeilge, 2342 E.27th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. Canada V5N 2X2
Email: irelandmonumentvancouver@hotmail.com
Website: www.irelandmonumentvancouver.com

In Irish Student Press next issue

Am in Irish Student Press, well the next issue anyway. Couple of days ago the editor asked me to write an article in Irish and two book reviews and also provide strips in Irish. One wet his pants but agreed to do it. I kind of suceeded (with a lot of help from Gabriel Rosenstock (Go raibh maith agat Gabriel) who proofed my bad Irish but I think I am getting there). All very short notice so I looked back in my file of comic strips and stuff to see what I could come up with. I threw something together anyway with old stuff from years ago and used it as a way to promote Coimicí Gael as it's distributed directly to secondary school students. To be honest I wish I had time to redraw them but here they are:




How do you do that link thing that everyone seems to be able to do on this thing. As in to see the images better. I have not used this that much for images. I think that's going to change soon as I am itching to get drawing again I haven't drawn anything consistently in months.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Issue 2 is coming together and we are on Facebook

Hiya all. Issue 2 is coming together slowly but surely. We should have the second issue out within the month, fingers crossed and all that malarkey. However I am pleased to announce a fan page has been set up for Rírá on Facebook. I will not take credit for starting it up. It was Mike Lynch our esteemed writer/co-creator of Dúréalta (Blackstar) a new Irish superhero strip in Rírá (he is also published in Futurequake www.futurequakepress.blogspot.com who do science fiction comics as well so check that out too). If you wish to check it out click on this line of blue writing: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/pages/Ri-Ra/109857627861?ref=mf

Also the kind people of Oideas Gael in Donegal have put us on their shelves. Oideas Gael provide imersion holiday breaks or courses for people to go and speak Irish on a regular basis in a spectacular area of Donegal ( so we are now available to buy from them also in their shop. I was talking to Liam on the phone there and he seems like a really nice fella had a great chat. They cover everyone from the very beginner in Irish to the intermediate level speakers so if you've any interest at all give them a bell. If anyone is in their area check out:

Oideas Gael, Gleann Cholm Cille, Contae Dhún na nGall, Éire Fón: 074 9730248 Rphost: eolas@oideas-gael.com Gréasán: www.oideas-gael.com

So that's it for now I think. Um apart from I am writing and speaking Irish more and more. I know I haven't done any Irish language blogs here but I will in the near future. I swear. Beidh siad ann go luath.