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New Issue of LookLeft Out Now April 30, 2011

Posted by Garibaldy in media, Workers' Party.

The new issue of LookLeft has hit the shops. It includes an interview with the newly-elected ULA TD Joan Collins, and an article on the EU by the SP’s MEP Paul Murphy. Cian O’Callaghan of the Labour Party and Mick Finnegan of the Workers’ Party discuss the future of the left. There are articles discussing media coverage north and south, articles on the economy, and the usual mix of history, sport and culture.

Shops stocking LookLeft include

All EASONS outlets in the North.

EASONS in O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.

CONNOLLY BOOKS in East Essex Street, Dublin 2.

BOOKS UPSTAIRS in College Green, Dublin 2.


All NEWS VENDORS on O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.

QUEEN’S BOOKSHOP in University Road, Belfast.

EASONS in Patrick Street, Cork.

SOLIDARITY BOOKS in Douglas Street, Cork.

EASONS in Shop Street, Galway.

EASONS in O’Connell Street, Limerick.

ROSEBERRY STORES, Newbridge, County Kildare.

CENTRA, Main Street, Newbridge, County Kildare.

TOP TWENTY, Newbridge Shopping Centre, County Kildare.

STONEHOUSE BOOKS, McDonagh Junction Shopping Centre, Kilkenny.


1. que - May 2, 2011

Does Easons stock An Phoblacht? Cant recall ever seeing it there?

If not then It would seem strange that they stock one and not the other.


Blissett - July 7, 2011

My understanding is that easons refused to take AP. Certainly wast he case 2 years agp, not sure if that has since changed.


2. que - May 2, 2011

and seeing as how I tied both Ap and LL together can i just comment that its great to see 2 high quality papers like this appearing.


3. Lodola - May 2, 2011

Lovely – picked it up yesterday some great artciles in it. Each one seems to be an improvement on the last.


4. cooleys hair - July 6, 2011

Is this still on sale?


LeftAtTheCross - July 6, 2011

Should be. There’s a new issue about to come out I believe. If you’re in Dublin and you can’t get a copy in Easons or the other outlets maybe just drop up to the WP office (48 North Great George’s Street, Dublin 1), they’ll have some available there for sure.

Older issues are available on-line at http://www.politico.ie/magazines/lookleft.html


Tomboktu - July 6, 2011

In Dublin, after the WP offices, your best bet for a place that might keep a back issue on the shelves would be Books Upstairs, on College Green, outside the front gate of TCD.


Niall - July 6, 2011

I was just wondering about this as well. Good to know it’s still out there.


5. kbranno - July 7, 2011

Lookleft 7 will be out next week and in even more shops. More Details to follow – stay tuned.


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