Books
Levitation

by Sean O'Reilly

Sean O'Reilly writes from the inside of things. He has no circumference, no limits. His sentences are riddled, undone and made beautiful by shame itself. This is radical, uncompromised, necessary work. — Anne Enright

Most Recent

Essay

On Non-Fiction about Housing and Homelessness

How can journalists and non-fiction writers tell the stories of the people most affected by the deepening housing crisis?

Essay

Multimedia Notes on the Literature of Homelessness

Tracing the wandering path of the homeless through the histories of word and song.

Interview

Fly Roundtable: The short story and the novel

Alan McMonagle, Billy O'Callaghan and Ethel Rohan have all published their first novels this year. Here they discuss the challenges of moving from the short story to the longer form.

From the Archives

🔒 Essay

‘Well, there was the Irish’

Issue 31, Volume 2: Summer 2015 (The London Issue)

🔒 Poetry

Yesterday’s City

Issue 8, Volume 2: Winter 2007-08

🔒 Poetry

The Stillest Horse

Issue 23, Volume 2: Winter 2012

🔒 Essay

Days of the Lamb

Issue 31, Volume 2: Summer 2015 (The London Issue)

🔒 Poetry

Where there is no Time

Issue 14, Volume 2: Winter 2009