Deirdre F. Brady’s research focuses on Irish female writers and intellectual networks of the mid-twentieth century. Her recent monograph entitled Literary Coteries and the Irish Women Writers’ Club (1933-1958)’ is published by the Liverpool University (2021). Other publications include a biography of ‘The Gayfield Press’ published in MAPP, the digital Modernist Archives Publishing Project (2020); and journal articles including ‘Writers and the International Spirit: Irish P.E.N. in the Postwar Years’, published in The New Hibernia Review (2017): ‘The Road to Cuzco: An Irish woman writers’ journey to the ‘navel of the world’ published in Irish Migration Studies in Latin America (2018), and ‘Modernist Presses and the Gayfield Press’ published in Bibliologica (2014). More recent publications include a book review of ‘Irish Women Writers at the turn of the 20th Century: Alternative Histories, New Narratives’, by Kathryn Laing & Sinéad Mooney (eds) reviewed in Estudios Irlandeses. She has published several articles for The Irish Times and is currently teaching at MIC Thurles.