Declan Meade is joined by the author of 'Leonard And Hungry Paul' to discuss a story of teenagers during the Chinese Cultural Revolution.
Robert Kiely's debut collection is a brilliant and urgently contemporary appeal to the reader.
Mieko Kawakami's latest is a novel of uncertainty, absence, and bodily obsession.
How can we write and report on the issues of housing and homelessness, and what good can it do?
Nathalie Legér's blend of novel, art history and memoir is a study in 'to-be-looked-at-ness'.
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Cathy Sweeney's stories have already attracted a band of fanatical devotees, and this first collection is as marvellous as we could have hoped for. A unique imagination, a brilliant debut. — Kevin Barry
“The night is a portal into which you enter with strangers.”
Four writers, all leading classes during this year's Stinging Fly Summer School, discuss the joys and challenges of reading.
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