Edited by Danielle McLaughlin

An anthology of writing by contemporary Irish lawyer-writers, paired with extracts from a legal judgment of the writers’ choosing – with all proceeds in aid of Peter McVerry Trust. —

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Problem Pages

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.


Bland God: Notes on Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook's founder is the most visible and enigmatic icon of the digital age. But what does he mean?


Kaleidoscope Eye

"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."

From the Archives

🔒 Poetry

Becoming Paper

Issue 8, Volume 2: Winter 2007-08

🔒 Poetry


Issue 29, Volume 2: Winter 2014

🔒 Poetry

When You Died

Issue 5, Volume 2: Winter 2006-07

🔒 Poetry

The Alsatian of Milan

Issue 13, Volume 2: Summer 2009