The Kerry Magazine is an annual publication of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society. It was first published in 1989, when it was primarily intended as a newsletter to keep members abreast of activities within the Society.
This has grown over the years into a much-respected stand-alone publication, which provides a platform for both academics and non-academics to publish short articles, pertaining not only to archaeology/history but also to the wider culture and heritage of the County.
Articles submitted for consideration for publication by the editorial sub-committee of The Kerry Magazine, should be submitted by May 15 of any given year. We welcome short articles (maximum 2500 words) from both academics and non-academics related to any aspect of Kerry’s rich and diverse culture and heritage. Contributors are also required to submit appropriate illustrations and a brief biographical note for publication in our Contributors’ List.
For queries relating to The Kerry Magazine or for a copy of our Contributor’s Guidelines, please email
The complete index to the articles published in our magazine may be searched by entering a keyword/author’s name/title in the above search box, or downloaded here. Please note, there was no edition published in 2004.
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