‘His pain is made approachable, relatable, interesting—whatever else he may be, Carrère is always good company.’

Criticism 23rd November 2022

Adrian Duncan Reads Vona Groarke

An in-depth discussion of the Longford writer's poetry and essays.

Podcast 19th May 2021

Caelainn Hogan Reads Lois Kapila

How can we write and report on the issues of housing and homelessness, and what good can it do?

Podcast 18th August 2020

Mark O’Connell Reads Roisín Kiberd

The author 'To Be A Machine' and 'Notes From An Apocalypse' reads and discusses Roisín Kiberd's essay on the meaning of Mark Zuckerberg.

Podcast 8th June 2020

Stephen Sexton Reads Sinéad Morrissey

The author of 'If All The World And Love Were Young' talks to Ian Maleney about two poems by Sinéad Morrissey.

Podcast 25th November 2019

Going Clear: Sense and Spectacle at the Dublin Horse Show

As one of the city's oldest sporting spectacles, the Horse Show is a Dublin institution butting up awkwardly against the modern world.

Essay Issue 40/Volume 2: Summer 2019

Interview with Mike McCormack

Interview Issue 34, Volume 2: Summer 2016

Ian Maleney

Ian Maleney is a writer from Offaly.