The following books and booklets have been published by the Society:
- Annaghdown Remembers Michael Davitt. Annaghdown Heritage Society, 1996.
- An Gorta Mór: Famine Times in Annaghdown. Annaghdown Heritage Society, 1997.
- The Land for the People. Br. Conal Thomas; Annaghdown Heritage Society, 1999.
- Wildflowers of Annaghdown. Br. Conal Thomas; Annaghdown Heritage Society, 2002.
- By Corrib, Clare and Cregg and Comhrá Cois Teallaigh. Seán Ó Murchadha; Annaghdown Heritage Society, 2009.
There are several other books and booklets relating to history, culture and folklore of the area, listed below.
- History of the Ecclesiastical Ruins at Annaghdown. Rev. M. Goaley, 1st ed. 1975.
- Monastic Ruins at Annaghdown. Rev. M. Goaley, 2nd ed. 1998, 3rd ed. 2012. Available online here.
- Annaghdown G.A.A., 1887-1989. Bro. Michael John Burke (ed.), 1990.
- Dánta agus Amhráin. Séamus Ó Maoildhia: Baile Átha Cliath, Oifig an tSoláthair, 1940.
- Oceans of Consolation: Personal Accounts of Irish Migration to Australia. David Fitzpatrick: Cork University Press, 1994. [Chapter 4 of this book, ‘Queensland for Ever, augus un Ballybug go Braugh’: Biddy Burke, 1882-84, tells the story of Bridget ‘Biddy’ Burke who emigrated from Ballybeg/Balrobuckbeg, Corrandulla, to Australia in 1880. She was born in Ballybeg in 1859 to Patrick Burke and Mary Costello. The transcribed letters can be read here.]
- The Church of St. Brendan by the Lake, 1903-2003 [centenary booklet]. Martin Newell, 2003.
- Amhráin Mhuighe Seola. Eibhlín Bean Mhic Choisdealbha. Céad chló 1923. An dara chló 1990. An triú chló 2010: Cló Iar-Chonnacht.
- A Guide to Lough Corrib’s Early Monastic Sites. Anthony Prévite: Oughterard, Co. Galway, Oldchapel Press, 2010.
- A Thousand Years of Church Heritage in East Galway. Peter Harbison: Dublin, Ashfield Press, 2005.
- From Annaghdown: A History of the O’Malley-Maley-Melia Family. Phil O’Malley: New Zealand, 1997.
- Lough Corrib: Its Shores and Islands. Sir William Wilde: Dublin, McGlashan & Gill, 1867. Reprinted 2002: Kevin Duffy, Headford, Co. Galway.
Sean Brosnahan of New Zealand has written an account of his Scully ancestors who migrated to New Zealand, and has also written more generally about migration from Ireland to New Zealand – see his website.