The Leopold Bloom Press is housed in one of Irelands most historic buildings, with views overlooking Dublin city, Grafton Street and Trinity College.
Number 2 Grafton Street is a sensory feast that offers candid access to the very sights and sounds that inspired Joyce in the making of his great modernist novel. Our location is referred no less than three times throughout Ulysses.
We are located on Grafton Street, the same street preferred by Dublin seagulls, who take rest on the redbrick Edwardian building’s balcony before setting off for Sandyford or Clontarf following the same path as Leopold Bloom did on 16th June 1904.
Frances Flannery celebrates Bloomsday with
Dr. Mark Lawlor, of Queens University at The Leopold Bloom Press.