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About Bárd


The Bárd Group

Bárd comprises dynamic companies that collectively place Bárd at the forefront of the field in information management and language services.

These companies are:

Bárd na nGleann (www.bardnangleann.com)
Leading provider of technical writing and editing services for the IT industry, based in Ireland.

BárdWrite (www.bardwrite.com)
Comprehensive planning, writing, editing, and project management services for technical documentation in English.

Litriocht (www.litriocht.com)
Litriocht is an Irish-language publications available online through an e-commerce store. It was founded in the Kerry Gaeltacht in 1999. One of Litriocht’s goals is to make the great richness of Irish language books available to all who are interested in the Irish language both in Ireland and around the world. We also hope to keep some of these books in print by making them available to the broader global market.

Litriocht generates a brief summary of each book on its comprehensive list as well as a scanned picture of the book cover. The summary is in both Irish and English. At present, we have completed summaries for over 5,000 books. Some of these summaries have been provided by our customers as well as reviews and we welcome your review for any book that you have read.

With over 4,000 titles, Litriocht.com has the most comprehensive list of Irish language books anywhere. All books can be purchased directly via the internet, by post, or by phone.

The Litriocht visual search engine allows you to search for your favourite book using any part of either the book title or the author’s name. If you need to, you can use the online chat facility to ask the site manager, or other customers for recommendations or help.

Litriocht.com makes Irish language books available from anywhere in the world. Our book summary section is a valuable global resource for Irish language literature.

With a location in the heart of the Kerry Gaeltacht, Litriocht.com is making a connection between learners of the Irish language and those who use it on a daily basis. In this way we do our part to help the language survive as a living language.