The Irish Reporter was a journal of discussion on political, social, cultural and historical questions, visual art and poetry, which was published from Dublin during the 1990s, on a co-operative and non-profit basis. It aimed to be progressive but open to diverse opinion on issues such as the national question in Ireland, globalisation, issues of class, gender, ethnicity and marginalisation, economics, human rights and ethics. Each edition had a different editor/guest editor.
Carmel Bedford, Ronan Brady, Harry Browne, Ruairí Óg Ó Brádaigh, Farrel Corcoran, Carol Coulter, Richard Douthwaite, Michael Foley, Luke Gibbons, Damien Kiberd, Peter Mair, Marie McGonagle, Patricia McKenna, Mitchel McLaughlin, David Miller, Bill Rolston, Brendan Ryan, Paddy Smyth, Mike Tomlinson
Note: This list is not exhaustive. Only named authors with entries in the archive are listed here.