by The Stinging Fly
Evelyn Conlon reads 'The Park', her story about Pope John Paul II's visit to Ireland in 1979, and discusses its relevance to the country today.
by Emma Flynn
Melatu Uche Okorie's slim debut collection is one of the most pertinent books of modern Ireland.
by Mia Gallagher
Reflecting on the creation of her first collection of short stories, Mia Gallagher elucidates the perpetual lesson of writing: that it’s always easy, and always hard.
Declan Meade is joined in the studio by Martina Evans. They read and discuss 'The Day I Brought Water', a short story by Belfast poet, Sinéad Morrissey.
by Roisin Kiberd
Facebook's founder is the most visible and enigmatic icon of the digital age. But what does he mean?
by Rebecca O'Dwyer
Leslie Jamison's memoir of overcoming addiction balances a desire for originality against the soothing, redemptive familiarity of the chorus.
Issue 38/Volume 2
224 pages of the best new writing from Irish and international authors, in the first issue by our new editor, Sally Rooney.
Edited by Sarah Gilmartin & Declan Meade
17th August 2018
5th June 2018
by Serena Lawless
"I laid there with a blue sheet covering my face with a hole cut into it for my eye. This was my eighth and final unsuccessful eye surgery. It had been five years, one month, and twelve days since my first."
by Nuala Ní Chonchúir
Issue 14, Volume 1: Winter 2002-03
by Eve Golden Woods
by Philip Cummings
Issue 13, Volume 2: Summer 2009
by Ghassan Zaqtan
by Gabrielle Barnby
Deborah Levy's seventh novel is an investigation into the threads of relationship and the primitive, enduring connections between body and mind.