The Irish man of the month has been named by a panel of Irish journalists and the literary world.
It was picked by The Irish Press Association for the October issue.
It comes on the heels of a second honour for John Connolly, the author of the bestselling novels of the 1970s.
The Irish literary magazine is celebrating the publication of the magazine’s first Irish edition in 2017, as part of its 150th anniversary celebrations.
The editor of The Irish Poets and Poets, Robert Loughlan, said he was “very proud” of the “award-winning” work of the Irishman.
“This is a tribute to a writer who has done more for Irish culture and the arts than any other Irishman,” Mr Loughlon said.
The inaugural Irishman is a monthly magazine published by the International Poets Association (IPA).
The IPA, founded in 1916, has about 4,500 members and publishes more than 4,000 books and journals in 35 languages.
Mr Lachlan said he “never had a better opportunity to celebrate” the contributions of the IPA members.
The winners will be announced on November 18. “
The IPA celebrates the work of our members, and we will do our utmost to honour them in the coming years.”
The winners will be announced on November 18.
Mr Connolly won the first prize for his book “The Irishman”.
He was also nominated for the award for the “Poet Laureate” for 2018.
The winner will be revealed at the IPA Awards at a ceremony at the Royal Opera House on November 25.
The IPA has been nominated to award the next Irishman at least five times.