P Kearney ByrneFiction
23rd May 2023
‘It is the day of my execution. From where I have been positioned on the stage, I cannot help admiring all the work that has gone into decorating the assembly hall.’
30th November 2021
16th November 2021
19th August 2021
An archaeology student's chance encounter on a summer dig in Greece brings a private obsession full circle and provokes a reckoning with past occurrences.
18th August 2021
An essay concerning the experience of crying as a trans masculine person, and the ways in which our gender and character are scrutinised based on our most instinctive, unstoppable expressions.
17th August 2021
A poem from the featured poet in our Summer 2021 issue.
16th August 2021
In this exquisitely written story of a relationship, two colleagues strike up a workplace rapport that will alter the course of their lives.
13th June 2021
An essay about Ludwig the cat, and the writer who lives with him.