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 146, July 2022

The Past is a Place

Stories from the North about trying to stay ahead of the past

History or Herstory?

A dazzlingly adventurous fusion of fiction and memoir from Belfast

Death Attracts Us

A compassionate portrayal of the professionals of the dying trade

Mad About Poetry

Translating the poem, and the reader into the world of the poem

Homo Oblivious

Words and stories to defend the truth against Russian lies and propaganda

Strength, not Power

Combating oppression and injustice with clarity rather than anger

Larkin at 100

The elusive depth that lies behind the all-too-explicit ordinariness

Pass the Parcel

Ways in which knowledge was disseminated in early modern Europe

Göring’s Man

The postwar networks of the Nazi art plunderers and their facilitators

Russian Myths

Vasily Grossman and the narrative of the Great Patriotic War