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Ireland's premier fiction and poetry magazine since 2002

"An invaluable outlet for new writing." The Irish Times

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Crannóg 44, the spring 2017 issue was launched on Friday March 3rd   2017. With almost 100 pages of fiction and poetry from Brian Kirk, Geraldine Mills, Shauna Gilligan, Kate Ennals, Liz Dolan and others.

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Submissions
for issue 45 are closed.

Crannóg 45 will be launched on June 30th

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CONTENTS ISSUE 44

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Our Pushcart nominees for 2017

Our Forward Prize nominees for 2017

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Interview with
Rose Tremain
2017 judge of the Sunday Times
Short Story Award.

Cuirt Programme 2017.pdf

Crannóg poet receives Lawrence O'Shaughnessy Award for Poetry.