1Westropp, Thomas J. "Cists, Dolmens, and Pillars of East Clare." Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXIIII.C (1903): 130.

2"Poulnabrone | Fieldnotes by CianMcLiam." The Modern Antiquarian.com. Stone Circles, Megalithic Remains, Prehistoric Sites. Web. 27 May 2011. <http://www.themodernantiquarian.com/post/38103/fieldnotes/poulnabrone.html>.

3Harbison, Peter. Guide to National and Historic Monuments of Ireland: including a Selection of Other Monuments Not in State Care. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1992. 68.

4Aviva, Elyn, and Gary White. Powerful Places in Ireland. Santa Fe: Pilgrims Process, 2011.
Aviva and White's book explores, from a spiritual perspective, many of Ireland's ancient sites.

5Lynch, Ann. "Poulnabrone: A Stone in Time..." Archaeology Ireland 2.3 (1988): 105-07.

6Carleton Jones is a Lecturer in Archaeology at NUI Galway. He is the author of a well-received field guide to Ireland's megalithic monuments and has done his own archeological excavations in the Burren. He explained this research for an interview in Voices from the Dawn.

7Jones, Carleton. "Poulnabrone - Prehistoric Billboard or Ancient Church?" Ireland Fun Facts. Web. 27 May 2011. <http://www.ireland-fun-facts.com/poulnabrone.html>.