Patricia Deevy publishes a variety of novels (everything from women's commercial fiction to accessible literary fiction) and non-fiction (ranging as widely as biography and memoir, popular psychology, politics, crime, spirituality and personal finance). Among the authors she has published are Matt Cooper, Maureen Gaffney, Niamh Greene, Eddie Hobbs, Amy Huberman, Evie Hunter, Pat Leahy, John Lonergan, Sinéad Moriarty, Ross O'Carroll-Kelly and Paul Williams. Newcomers to her list are Susan Hayes (personal finance expert) and novelists Niamh Boyce (Hennessy New Writer of the Year, 2012), Mary Grehan and Liz Nugent, all of whom will debut in 2013-4.
Brendan Barrington publishes literary fiction and serious non-fiction, by authors including Greg Baxter, Brian Dillon, Selina Guinness, Molly McCloskey, Lia Mills, Philip Ó Ceallaigh and Tim Robinson. Brendan is extremely keen to work with new writers. Debut works edited by him have won the Irish Book Award for Non-Fiction, the Glen Dimplex New Writer Award for Fiction, the William Hill Irish Sports Book of the Year and the Rooney Prize; been shortlisted for the Costa Biography Award, the Frank O’Connor Prize, the Glen Dimplex New Writer Award, and the Irish Book Award for Newcomer of the Year; and been longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. He also works on Penguin Ireland's current affairs and sport titles, and is keen to consider submissions of crime fiction. He edits The Dublin Review, a quarterly literary magazine.
He occasionally tweets @BrendanBarring1.
David Maybury edits children's and YA fiction for Puffin and is keen to find exciting, new and innovative projects in children's books and media. Working part-time for Puffin from Penguin Ireland's office in Dublin, David edits the Kings of the Realm series, based on the multi-platform MMO launching in June 2013. He is an editor at Inis Magazine, the children's Books Magazine, and tweets about kids books and media @DavidMaybury.
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