New Short Story Collection: Children’s Children by Jan Carson

“Everything leaves marks, even water…” Two children watching their parents argue inside a greenhouse, an armoured boy and his troubled sister, a human statue who’s lost the ability to move and a floating six year old tethered to the backyard fence: the characters in Jan Carson’s debut story collection are all falling apart in their […]

New Novel By Frankie Gaffney

Liberties Press are delighted to announce the publication of our latest debut novel Dublin Seven by Frankie Gaffney. This provocative debut, described as ‘Love/Hate meets Trainspotting’ by award-winning writer Christine Dwyer Hickey, was highlighted by Patrick McCabe as being ‘high octane and visceral, with a blistering breakneck narrative.’ Dublin Seven begins in 2005 and ends […]