Every Irish Fiction Friday Ever!

Since January 2015, for every Friday, we have featured an Irish author or resident, or a piece of science fiction, fantasy or horror fiction relating to Ireland, providing a free extract for you to read. We’ve had exclusives, supported new authors, reintroduced some classics, and had an eclipse! We’ve featured fans, videos, lectures, curios, and the whole dúramánta of Ireland’s wonderful, vibrant SFFH history. Here, we present every single IFF entry, as well as links to each entry, where you can read more about the authors, access the free extract and celebrate all things Irish with us.

2nd January 2015
Gulliver’s Travels. Jonathan Swift. 1726.

9th January 2015
The Prayer of Ninety Cats. Caitlin Kiernan. 2013.

16th January 2015.
The Battle of Moy, or How Ireland gained her Independence 1892-1894. Unknown. 1892.

23rd January 2015
Velvet Fields. Anne McCaffrey. 1973.

30th January 2015
The Lady in the Shroud. Bram Stoker. 1909.

6th February 2015
Urban Shaman. CE Murphy. 2005.

13th February 2015
The Uninhabited House. Charlotte Riddell. 1875.

20th February 2015
Tonight We Fly. Ian McDonald. 2010.

27th February 2015
The Turn of the Story. Sarah Rees Brennan. 2014.

6th March 2015
The Crack of Doom. Robert Cromie. 1895.

13th March 2015
A Big Hand for the Doctor. Eoin Colfer. 2013.

20th March 2015
Ecplise. Johnathan Strahan. 2007.

27th March 2015
Namesake. Jo Zebedee. 2015.

3rd April 2015
The Book of Wonder. Lord Dunsany. 1912.

10th April 2015
The Voyage of Máel Dúin’s Boat. anon. Circa 1400.

17th April 2015
The Swan River Press Reader. Brian Showers et al. 2014.

24th April 2015
Sir Edward Grey – Witchfinder. Maura McHugh and Kim Newman. 2015.

1st May 2015.
On location in Ireland with Game of Thrones.

8th May 2015.
The Drowner. Peadar Ó Guilín. 2012.

15th May 2015.
What Was It?. Fitz James O’Brien. 1859.

29th May 2015
The Missing Scarf. Dir. Eoin Duffy. Narrated by George Takei. 2013.