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Issue 50/Volume Two

Summer 2024

6.0020.95

This issue will be launched at 8pm on Saturday May 18th as part of International Literature Festival Dublin.

Tickets available from ilfdublin.com

Description

Fiction

Yousri Alghoul | ‘A Life Dipped in Blood’ (translated by Graham Liddell)
Ben Behzadafshar | ‘Her Husband’
Emma Canning | ‘Lifestyle Management’
Tilde Fredholm | ‘Dark Waters: The End’
Ed Garland | ‘Interior Bunch Concerns’
Piers Gelly and Peter Myers | ‘The Great Joke’ (an extract from Autofiction; or, The Author Function, a work-in-progress)
Anita Harag | ‘At the Least, Promising’ (translated by Marietta Morry and Walter Burgess)
Billy O’Callaghan | ‘Gone in the Years’
Heather Parry | ‘This Machine Feeds’
Michael Phoenix | ‘The Melancholy of Juan Dimitras’
Tom Roseingrave | ‘A Brief Statement Regarding Recent Events at County Buildings’
Tenaya Steed | ‘Missing the Eclipse’
Rere Ukponu | Famine Days’
Emma Warnock | ‘Anything Strange or Startling?’
Robert Paul Weston | ‘A God-Awful Small Affair’
Alexandra Ye | ‘A Sweet Tooth’

Poetry

Tiffany Atkinson | ‘small green’
Ciaran Berry | ‘Close Encounters’
Dylan Brennan | ‘Basho Collages’
Erin Coughlin Hollowell | ‘The inexplicable that lives behind the artifice’
Caitlin Doyle | ‘Pareidolia’
Daniel Fuller | ‘Mo Chroí’
Tim Liardet | ‘Selfies with Fireflies’
Jess Mc Kinney | ‘As the World Falls Down’
Mícheál McCann | ‘I Admire Jenny Geddes’
Alex Mepham | ‘Tell Us About the Fire’
Kelly Michels | ‘American Anthem as Word’
Marziya Mohammedali | ‘The composition of the human soul (or, trying to define 21 grams)’
Kim Moore | Two poems
Rebecca O’ Connor | Two poems
Stephen Sexton | Two poems
Derval Tubridy | ‘Eileen Collins’
Ke Zai | ‘A Brief History of Plants’ (translated by Yun Qin Wang)
Jane Zwart | Three poems

Comhchealg

Gormfhlaith Ní Shíocháin Ní Bheoláin | ‘Scíth Éalaíonn’ (translated by Peter Sirr)
Pól Ó Muirí | ‘Breacadh an lae’

Essays

Aileen Malone | ‘Life Drawing’
r alice | ‘If You See This’
Dave Coates | ‘The Guy with the Feather Boa is Straight, Actually: A Short History of Queer Wrestling’
Liam Harrison | ‘White Nights’
Brenda Romero | ‘The Wild Field’

Artwork

Hugh O’Conor | ‘Workshop’

Cover Design

Eimear Gavin

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