The website of this journal, Ирландская литература/Irish Literature in Russian Translation is a collaborative initiative between the Centre for Literary Translation, Trinity College, Dublin, and the Gorky Literary Institute, Moscow, in association with Ireland Literature Exchange.

Literary Translation, a one-year Master’s Programme in Literary Translation at Trinity College, Dublin.

The Gorky Literary Institute, Moscow/ Литературный институт имени А.М. Горького.

Ireland Literature Exchange (ILE)/ Idirmhalartán Litríocht Éireann promotes Irish literature, in English and Irish, abroad.
Irish Writers’ Centre/ Áras na Scríbhneoirí supports and promotes writing and writers throughout Ireland. It advertises literary events.
Poetry Ireland/ Éigse Éireann supports and promotes poetry throughout Ireland. It advertises literary events.
Culture Ireland/ Cultúr Éireann creates and supports opportunities for Irish artists to present their work internationally. It advertises cultural events.
A comprehensive website with links to Irish-language organisations. Includes an events guide.
Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is the fourth UNESCO City of Literature. This site contains much information on literary Dublin, including an events guide.
Queen’s University Belfast, The Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry has an events calendar and an audio library.
Heritage Ireland is a comprehensive website on Ireland’s heritage.
Aosdána is an Irish association of artists, including writers, founded by the Arts Council.
The Arts Council/ An Chomhairle Ealaíon is Ireland’s national agency for funding, developing and promoting the arts in Ireland.
Irish Writers Online is a bibliographical database of almost 600 Irish writers, and related resources.
National Library of Ireland/ Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann contains details about services, collections, catalogues and databases, the digital library, and a list of current events.
Children’s Laureate/ Laureate na nÓg is a project that promotes children’s literature. The current laureate is Siobhán Parkinson.