1. A History of Tuamgraney and Scariff, since earliest times. ISBN - 09529511 50. Gerard Madden.

2. For God or King, the history of Mountshannon County Clare, 1742-1992. ISBN- 09529511 26. Gerard Madden.

3. History of the O’Maddens of Hy –Many. ISBN- 09529511 77. Gerard Madden

4. Holy Island, Jewel of the Lough. ISBN - 09529511 42. Gerard Madden.

5. Famine. The East Clare Heritage Memorial Park. ISBN 09529511 18. Gerard Madden.

6. History of the O’Gradys of Clare and Limerick. ISBN – 09529511 69. Gerard Madden.

7. A Pride of Paper Tigers. A History of the Great Hunger in the Scariff workhouse union 1839- 1853. ISBN – 09529511 0X

8. Sliabh Aughty Ramble - Musings on the folklore, history, landscape and literature of the Sliabh Aughty region IISBN 0 952951193. Gerard Madden


Sliabh Aughty.
Thirteen  editions. ISSN 0791- 4571
Volumes 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 available.

East Clare Heritage produces an annual historical journal called Sliabh Aughty. View Contents
To-date thirteen volumes have been published. There are articles on genealogy, folklore, history and each year the gravestone inscriptions from a particular graveyard are indexed and published. The contributors are invariably local historians. There are also articles by descendants of emigrants from this region and we are particularly pleased to receive those stories. The work of local poets is also published in this highly acclaimed Journal. For a mere fifteen euro anyone can become a patron and this entitles the donor to a free copy and their name published in a patrons list.

The journal costs ten euro and two euro for postage if ordered from the U.S.A or Australia. Some back copies are available.

The Journal is also available at selected outlets in East Clare.

A catalogue of the articles contained in the journals can be downloaded from here

Other publications.
1. The Horse in County Clare. Vol.1. Kieran Sheedy, Kiltannon School, Tulla, County Clare.

2. The Horse in County Clare. Vol. 2. Kieran Sheedy.

3.  An Illustrated Guide to the Plants of the Bible. Alfie O’Brien, Meelick, Whitegate, County Clare