Our summer issue features new fiction from Louise Hegarty and Niamh Campbell, poetry from Nidhi Zak and Manuela Moser, and an essay on K-Pop from Lisa McInerney. Pre-order now!
Golnoosh Nour's short story collection is an 'inescapably political' exploration of queerness and national identity.
Caleb Klaces' experimental blend of poetry and prose describes the state of new fatherhood with a radical note of tenderness.
The author of ‘Exciting Times’ reads and discusses the subtle gothic horror of ‘Looking for Petronilla’.
Lars Iyer's latest philosophical novel is a “paean to those languorous summer afternoons, on the cusp of adulthood, when time stretches to eternity.”
Surprising and uncanny, funny and transgressive – Cathy Sweeney's debut collection of short fiction is available to order now.
Naoise Dolan Reads Emma DonoghueThe Stinging Fly Podcast
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
A lecture on the facets of writing and being a writer, first delivered at Bray Literary Festival in September 2019.
“I was smoking at the time / I always loved smoking more than I loved myself”
All the dead are loved, and all the loved are dead.
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