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Aoibheann McCann

Aoibheann McCann was brought up in Donegal but lives in Galway. She writes fiction, non-fiction and the occasional poem. Her work has been published...

Elaine Feeney

Elaine Feeney is, above all, a feminist. Her poetry examines the experience of being a woman in a patriarchal society, particularly in rural Ireland...

Dave Lordan

Among the radical voices of contemporary Irish writing Dave Lordan’s is, perhaps, the most recognisable. This is partly because of his media profile,...

William Wall – Alice Falling

Alice cheats on her husband. Alice has sex with a much younger man, a student of philosophy who loves her quoting Kierkegaard and would...

The Stone – Political and social writing from Ireland

This column is called The Stone in homage to a poem by WB Yeats written one hundred years ago. The poem is called...

iii the march, Milan

we climb up to fog where the Plain of Lombardy is not plain they are talking about sleet it sounds like the end of everything the station clock is haunted by...

Statement Regarding the Recent Human Soul Experiments

I have to say I was sworn to secrecy of course, my boss insisted on that. So that makes it, to say the...

In the Egyptian Collection

The guards are on strike but they have agreed to open one door each hour. At the end of that hour the floor...

William Wall – The Trap

It happened the day the Jesus-man called. I was alone in the house when I heard the knock. I opened the door and...
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