Sweating the Asset
The rise of private monopolies in the wake of the Thatcher ‘revolution’
The Road to Justice
The long fight for recognition of the Magdalene laundries survivors
Longing for Flight
Time on our hands: the locked-down poet raids memories of past travel
How much is enough?
Is a chapbook more likely to work as an organic whole than a full collection?
In That Dawn
The carefree days before Belfast became the capital of the Troubles
A poem where language is put behind bars and called upon to account for itself
A poetic auto-fiction on migration, trauma and shifting identities
Losing the Plot
A book telling the story of a book that cannot be written – which is written
Six days in Hamburg – a ‘weekend break’ and family reunion with a difference
A moving meditation on a working class past from a London-Irish historian