The Long-Winded Lady

by Maeve Brennan

I don't know whether in Ireland she is considered an Irish writer or an American. In fact, she is both, and both countries ought to be proud to claim her. — William Maxwell

Most Recent


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?


Multimedia Notes on the Literature of Homelessness

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


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

New York Perceived

Issue 20, Volume 2: Winter 2011 (The New York Issue)

🔒 Poetry


Issue 14, Volume 2: Winter 2009

🔒 Poetry


Issue 30, Volume 2: Spring 2015

🔒 Poetry


Issue 24, Volume 2: Spring 2013

🔒 Poetry

Li Po

Issue 5, Volume 2: Winter 2006-07