Against the Clock
In his new collection, Greg Delanty makes another valuable contribution to the poetry of environmental consciousness.
Megan Nolan’s debut novel, a refreshingly honest and often uncomfortable meditation on the relationship between desire, self-destruction and the female body
Freefall in the Suburbs
In Danielle McLaughlin’s first novel brief moments of high drama intermingle with journeys into the complex, foggy territory
In Defence of the Gàidhealtachd
Activists concerned to protect the oldest of all living Scottish languages have been wrongly accused of perpetrating a sort of nationalist essentialism.
They Heard the Call
A history of Ireland’s main Catholic seminary has a much wider focus than the merely institutional
Geraldine Mitchell’s four collections have in part sprung from insights gleaned from a lifetime of covert observation
In Rothko’s Rooms
Ekphrastic poems allow a poet to amplify and expand the meaning of the piece of art being viewed.
The pursuit of the common good, Pope Francis argues in a new book, needs societies to focus
Dr Trotter challenged Freud, asserting that ‘all human psychology … must be the psychology of associated man, since man as a solitary animal is unknown to us’
The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
It was once possible to regard the judge Sergio Moro as a zealous, perhaps overzealous, prosecutor of corruption.