by Keith Payne
In a small town in rural Spain, a different way of life is being built, one day at a time.
An anthology of 40 stories by 40 authors, celebrating our first 20 years: 1998-2018.
by Sally Rooney
Colm Keegan joins Sally Rooney to read and discuss Sean O'Reilly's 'The Cavalvade', a dark and ambiguous story of sexual power games.
by David Toms
Lyrical emotional insight is matched by artfulness of execution in William Wall's first poetry collection for seven years
by The Stinging Fly
In this month's episode of the Stinging Fly Podcast, Danny Denton reads and discusses the surreal tragicomedy of Nicole Flattery's 'Show Them A Good Time'.
by Mia Gallagher
Tina Pisco's diverse set of short stories blends taut realism with a magical sensibility.
Issue 37/Volume 2
224 pages of the best Irish and international writing, with a special feature on the crises of housing and homelessness.
Edited by Sarah Gilmartin & Declan Meade
2nd April 2018
29th January 2018
19th December 2017
by Danielle McLaughlin
What can the attitudes of Ireland's housing officials tell us about their ability to handle the country's most serious housing crisis in living memory?
by Kevin Barry
In Des Hogan's work, Ireland is exhibited as precisely what it is: a gaudy, teetering, beautiful, dangerous, hysterical, haunted, failing country.
by Julian Gough
Learn to read your work with the eyes of a stranger and you will pass through the Valley of Failure towards the Mountain of Success.
by Elaine Cosgrove
Issue 32, Volume 2: Winter 2015
by Joseph Horgan
by Noel Monahan
Issue 24, Volume 2: Spring 2013
by Damian Smyth
Issue 9, Volume 2: Spring 2008
by Cheryl Donahue