This feels like a milestone - we've reached double figures! Let us celebrate by removing our helmet and raising a bat to the pavilion in silent salute. This month: - Another week, another Irish winner of a major award. Congratulations to Suzanne O'Sullivan on taking home the Wellcome Book Prize - Hennessy New Irish Writing is almost half a century old. We take a look at the 2016 winners announced in recent days - In this month's Bookish Book Club, we talk about The Glorious Heresies, the acclaimed debut novel of Irish writer Lisa McInerney. - In Trilogy, our guest slot, we meet Ireland's Mr Books. We were delighted to welcome RTE's Rick O'Shea in to chat about three books that mean plenty to him. - Second Look picks out a forgotten classic, this time by Elizabeth Taylor - Our dip into the best of the new books for May, including two very contrasting bony books - Mike McCormack's eagerly awaited Solar Bones and the first novel by Sam Blake (pseudonym of writing.ie's Vanessa Fox O'Loughlin), Little Bones; new novels by Catherine Ryan Howard, Dermot Bolger and Don DeLillo; and Phil Knight's memoir about the early days of Nike. - A look ahead to bookish events taking place around Ireland over the next month or so.