Welcome to ISLE magazine – ISLE is an acronym for Irish Style Living & Enterprise

We are an online only magazine offered FREE to readers around the globe.

Our Premier Issue will be launching in September, 2012 and in the first year 2012/2013 we will publish 4 times (quarterly) with Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer issues.

Our Mission:

To feature stories exclusively in the island of Ireland – travel destinations, fashion, food and drink producers, artists and craftspeople, chefs, entrepreneurs and much more. We are about the living Ireland of today.

Filled with rich original photography, ISLE magazine will serve as a travel and resource guide for those of you wishing to come to Ireland. It aims to provide inspiration for not only people that live in Ireland but additionally the 70 million Irish Diaspora around the world.

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Lisa McGee

Founder & Creative Director

Lisa is an author, editor and stylist and moved to Ireland in 2007. Prior to moving to Ireland, she worked as an editor and freelance contributor/writer in New York City for such notable publications as House Beautiful and Good Housekeeping among others.  Additionally, she is the author of At Home in Nantucket (Chronicle Books, 2004).  Since coming to Ireland Lisa has contributed to several magazines and newspapers and most recently has been the Marketing Director at Nicholas Mosse Pottery. In 2009 she launched her blog Nenaghgal (http://nenaghgal.blogspot.com) where she writes about all the things she is passionate about.

When the blog evolved to focus more on Ireland, Lisa saw an opportunity to take the concept to a bigger level and that’s how ISLE magazine was born.

 

 

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