Seen on Classics (please send any responses to the folks mentioned in the quoted text, not to rogueclassicism!):
Classics Ireland is the journal of the Classical Association of Ireland whose members consist of those with a general interest in the Classical World including students, teachers and academics. It is published on an annual basis and contributions are welcome on all aspects of Classical Antiquity, especially if there is an Irish dimension, whether in the history of Classical scholarship or the reception of Classical values in Ireland. Contributions must be scholarly, but not technical and should appeal both to a wide readership and to the specialist. All Greek and Latin must be translated. Articles should not normally exceed 5,000 words and will be independently refereed before formal acceptance for publication. In addition, articles will be published on-line following the paper publication, at http://www.classicsireland.com/.
Expressions of interest and all manuscripts should be addressed to the editor:
Department of Ancient Classics,
National University of Ireland,
brian.sheridan@ AT nuim.ie