Crannóg acknowledges the assistance of:

Arts Council of Ireland and Galway City Council.

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Ireland's premier fiction and poetry magazine since 2002

Fiction and poetry




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Crannóg 50 was launched on  Friday March 1st 2019 In The Crane, Galway.  Submissions for Crannóg 51 open March 1st - March 31st 2019.


Our Pushcart nominees for 2019

Our Forward Prize nominees for 2019

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Crannóg is a project funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and Galway City Council.
It endeavours to provide support to writers, artists and associated literary events.

The Crannóg Questionnaire

We interview writers on their thoughts about the writing process, their writing routines and other matters.

Mike McCormack

Alan McMonagle

Mary O’Donnell

Fiona Sampson

Nuala O’Connor

To celebrate our milestone 50th issue we’ve put together the work of 50 writers

10 short stories 40 poems

Plus we interview Nuala O’Connor, novelist, short story writer and poet.

Read the page of contents here …

Cover art: Harmony by Marie O’Driscoll

To order Crannóg 50 click here.

To read all about the Crannóg redesign click here …

To see the full cast of readers at the launch of Crannóg 50 click here ….

Moya Cannon reads her poem ‘Bright City’ from Crannóg spring 2004 issue. Cúirt festival begins April 8th. Download programme here.