I am so at home in Dublin, more than any other city, that I feel it has always been familiar to me. It took me years to see through its soft charm to its bitter prickly kernel - which I quite like too.

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Issue 144, May 2022

Doing the Continental

The European dream of perpetual peace

Following Henry Joy

The life and death of a martyr for revolutionary secular republicanism

Poetic Bears and Others

An anthology marked by warmth, bigness of heart and generosity of spirit

A Stay of Time

A tale of quest full of gritty realism, related in Sara Baume’s electric prose

Life in the Ghost Dog

A collection in which many poems are akin to well-worked short stories

Huguenot Voices

Diaries and memoirs of French Protestant refugees in Ireland

England and St George

The Brexit sensibility: between nostalgia and nationalism

Diversifying the Horizon

Complementing science with tribal strategies for human survival

Against the Grain

Poems marked by fierce imagination and enlivened by puckish wit

High Bred Yet Hybrid

A novelistic recreation of the life of the co-author of ‘The Irish RM’