Cló Iar-Chonnachta publishes Irish-language books and Irish traditional music. Since its inception it has published over 300 books and 150 music albums.
Micheál Ó Conghaile, a well-known and respected writer, founded the company Cló Iar-Chonnachta in 1985 when he was a university student. CIC publishes Irish-language books and Irish traditional music. Since its inception it has published over 300 books and 150 music albums. CIC sees itself primarily as guardian and patron of Irish language and Gaeltacht culture. In 2010 Michéal donated copies of much of the output of the publishing house to date, so that the James Hardiman Library would have comprehensive coverage of its material.
Bunaíodh Cló Iar-Chonnacht (CIC) i 1985, agus ó shin i leith tá os cionn 150 albam ceoil curtha amach acu, agus suas le 300 leabhar. Is mar choimirceoir, mar phatrún agus mar chaomhnóir ar chultúr na Gaeilge agus na Gaeltachta a fheidhmíonn CIC. I 2010 bronnadh an buanaitheor, Micheál Ó Conghaile, cuid mhaith de na foilseacháin ar an leabharlann chun go mbéadh clúdach cuitsitheach againn.
Modern Literature in the Irish language. Irish Music.
Titles listed on the library catalogue at http://library.nuigalway.ie/