Some Notes on Des Hogan’s Story ‘Kennedy’

In Des Hogan's work, Ireland is exhibited as precisely what it is: a gaudy, teetering, beautiful, dangerous, hysterical, haunted, failing country.

Essay 14th November 2017

Some Notes on Names and Deeds

Essay Issue 33, Volume 2: Spring 2016 – In The Wake Of The Rising

monologue for cabman

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

New York Perceived

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

Last Days of the Buffalo

Fiction Issue 5, Volume 2: Winter 2006-07

Party At Helen’s

Fiction Issue 4, Volume 2: Summer 2006

Penguins

Fiction Issue 1, Volume 2: Summer 2005

Kevin Barry

Kevin Barry is the author of the short-story collections, There Are Little Kingdoms and Dark Lies The Island, and the novels, City of Bohane and Beatlebone. He lives in County Sligo.