Richie Sadlier, Sally Hayden, John Boyne, Kellie Harrington, John Creedon and Marian Keyes are among the winning authors at this year's An Post Irish Book Awards.

Charlie Bird claimed victory with his biography Time and Tide, while the Eason Novel of the Year Award was won by Louise Kennedy for Trespasses.

Boxer Kellie Harrington won the Eason Sports Book of the Year prize for her memoir Kellie, written with Roddy Doyle, while John Creedon was awarded TheJournal.ie Best Irish-Published Book of the Year for An Irish Folklore Treasury.

Richie Sadler

Richie Sadlier's guidebook for adolescents Let's Talk won the Bookselling Ireland Teen and Young Adult Book of the Year, with Edel Coffey a winner in the Irish Independent Crime Fiction Book of the Year category for Breaking Point, and Marian Keyes bagging the National Book Tokens Popular Fiction Book of the Year prize for Again, Rachel.

Alice Ryan and Una Leonard

Alice Ryan was named Sunday Independent Newcomer of the Year for her debut novel There's Been a Little Incident, and John Boyne awarded Library Association of Ireland Author of the Year.

Lifetime Achievement Award winner Anne Enright

Former Laureate for Irish Fiction Anne Enright was presented with the Bob Hughes Lifetime Achievement Award, acknowledging a career at the forefront of Irish literature, spanning seven novels, three short story collections, a memoir of motherhood and the 2007 Booker Prize for her fourth novel, The Gathering.

First awarded in 2006, the An Post Irish Book Awards celebrate and promote the very best of Irish writing talent. The ceremony, held in the Convention Centre, Dublin and hosted by Miriam O'Callaghan, gathered an extended literary community that includes readers, authors, booksellers, publishers and librarians.

The overall An Post Irish Book Awards Book of the Year winner will be announced in a special programme on RTÉ One on 7th December.

Louise Kennedy & Donal Ryan

An Post Irish Book Awards 2022 - the winners in full

Eason Novel of the Year

Trespasses – Louise Kennedy

TheJournal.ie Best Irish-Published Book of the Year

An Irish Folklore Treasury – John Creedon

Odgers Berndtson Non-fiction Book of the Year

My Fourth Time, We Drowned – Sally Hayden

Bookstation Lifestyle Book of the Year

An Irish Atlantic Rainforest: A Personal Journey into the Magic of Rewilding – Eoghan Daltun

Avoca Cookbook of the Year

The Daly Dish: Bold Food Made Good – Gina and Karol Daly

Eason Sports Book of the Year in Association with Ireland AM

Kellie – Kellie Harrington, with Roddy Doyle

Dubray Biography of the Year

Time and Tide – Charlie Bird, with Ray Burke

Charlie Bird and co-author Ray Burke

Specsavers Children’s Book of the Year – Junior

Our Big Day – Bob Johnston, illustrated by Michael Emberley

Specsavers Children’s Book of the Year – Senior

Girls Who Slay Monsters – Ellen Ryan, illustrated by Shona Shirley Macdonald

Bookselling Ireland Teen and Young Adult Book of the Year

Let’s Talk – Richie Sadlier

An Post Irish Bookshop of the Year

Bridge Street Books, Wicklow

Love Leabhar Gaeilge Irish Language Book of the Year

EL – Thaddeus Ó Buachalla

Listowel Writers’ Week Poem of the Year

Wedding Dress – Martina Dalton

Writing.ie Short Story of the Year

This Small Giddy Life – Nuala O’Connor

Irish Independent Crime Fiction Book of the Year

Breaking Point – Edel Coffey

National Book Tokens Popular Fiction Book of the Year

Again, Rachel – Marian Keyes

Sunday Independent Newcomer of the Year

There’s Been a Little Incident – Alice Ryan

Library Association of Ireland Author of the Year

John Boyne