Ireland’s Own is the longest running magazine in all of Ireland. Ireland's Own magazine highlights traditional stories to reminisce about and learn the great history of the nation. Each issue features news and views from Ireland, and features on the history of the nation. This is another of the magazines which Writers' Forum highlighted last year; there was an interview with the editor, Sean Nolan, by Sue Moorcroft. Ireland's Own Magazine Halloween Special 2019 (Stories, Kids Activities, News) EUR 8.92 + EUR 3.90 postage; IRELAND'S OWN EASTER RISING SOUVENIR-1918/ 2018-Irish history part 3. Another short story acceptance this week - this time from Ireland's Own. The ‘Ireland’s Own’ is still going strong and I regularly read it ' remembering the kindness and faithfulness of old Miss Dunne.

Ireland's Own is a family magazine published weekly in Ireland.

In fact there is a regular feature in the magazine called ‘Miss Flanagan Investigates’ which always reminds me of my kindly benefactor from Nicholas Street who fed my ‘habit’ for wholesome reading all those years ago. It was launched in 26 November 1902 by John M. Wikipedia Having been published for over 100 years, Ireland’s own is a magazine that has hit on a winning formula.

'Ireland's Own' magazine Lonely Hearts column. The magazine sticks to its roots with this traditional, non-glossy publication.

It specialises in lightweight content, traditional stories, and uncontroversial family content, including puzzles and recipes. The response was as follows - "General guidelines for contributors to Ireland’s Own are: fictional short stories should be no longer than 2,000 words.

Payment is €65/£50 for stories of this length and €50 for shorter stories (eg 1,000-1,400 words).

EUR 6.00 + EUR 6.00 postage; Irelands Own,Irish Magazine May 1974 . IRELAND’S OWN IS the country’s longest-running magazine, having been in print since 1902. Ireland's Own Fiction Guidelines I requested new guidelines from this magazine. Must have own car and be willing to travel. ----- Following a sad recent loss, teetotal Tipperary man, 53, seeks replacement mammy.

The first copy was published on the 26th of November 1902.

EUR 6.00 + EUR 6.00 postage; IRELAND'S OWN EASTER RISING SOUVENIR-1919/ 2019-Irish history.

So, I was checking through the submission requirements the other day and realised that one of my family stories might just suit this magazine. Grossly overweight Louth turfcutter, 42 years old and 23 stone, Gemini, seeks nimble sexpot, preferably South American, for tango sessions, candlelit dinners and humid nights of screaming passion.