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Nights of 1969 by Angela McCabe
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Reservoirs of psychic energy released, our soul’s spiritual longings burst open a riotous carnival of colour, chaos and song. Brightly lit Mondrian floor blue, yellow, green, orange, red, turns your...

Hy Brasil, Island of Eternity by Robert E. Kearns
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Hy Brasil, Island of Eternity  was released through Black Rose Writing in early 2019. It’s based in part on the mythical island of Hy Brasil, which is Ireland’s answer to...

Martin Sheridan: Mayo’s Famous Son by Margaret Molloy
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My reason for writing the book was to ensure that Martin Sheridan would be remembered for his outstanding achievements as an Olympic champion, as a gifted athlete, as a policeman...

On Being Sixty by Declan Molloy
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It was bad enough on that one particular morning ten years ago when I realised I was fifty. Of course I could understand that it was just a number. And...

On Writing Celtic Road Home by Ann Doolan-Fox
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“A rolling stone gathers no moss!” This was a popular phrase my Dad would often quote during each home visit from living abroad in the mid 1980s. At the mere...

Remember by Declan Molloy
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Martin Casey could not spell the word ‘remember’ no matter how hard he tried. ‘Rem-em-em-em, he’d stutter. ‘No, no no,’ roared O’Leary, ‘spell it again.’ ‘Re… m… m… em…’ ‘Oh...

The Poetry of Commonplace Objects by Star Saint Claire
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Once a week I teach a writing class to three women. I tell them of the muse, how she meets us where we are, and helps us make poetry from...

Floury Potatoes by Declan Molloy
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What is it? What is this damn fetish we have in Ireland for floury potatoes? What is it that compels our people to drive all the moisture from the humble...

A Glimpse into my Life by Kristina Bowman
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I was born to a poor family. My mom, a completely passive, caring, introverted hermit, and my dad an abusive and aggressive alcoholic. I grew up by the “old school”...

Never Not in my Thoughts by Eithne Cullen
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I’m really pleased to have published my second novel. It’s very different from my first, which was based on a real person; this is a work of fiction. It’s a...