November 2012 Submissions

Fiction

Visits by Dave Duggan

Lachrimae Christi by Moya Roddy

Tom-Tom surprised everyone by Colin O’Sullivan

New Amsterdam by Brian Kirk

Fresh Water by Neil Brosnan

Bricks Don’t Float by Chris Connolly

The Guest by EM Reapy

Friday Nights by Margaret Cahill

Bloomsday Bus Driver by Alan McMonagle

The Green Man by Laurie Allen

Partying by Dick Donaghue

A first ‘date’? by  Kernan Andrews

Frank by Paddy Dean

The Ring by Gary Tippings

Yesterday’s News by John Walsh

The manager by Garreth Keating

A Reminder of Sin: A short story by Caroline England

Undercurrents by Kate Ennals

She Knows Where Syd Barrett Lives by Kernan Andrews

Funeral Story by Maeve Mulrenn

Non-Fiction

“English rebels, Irish enemies’ by Adrian Martyn

Meeting Dad Again by Donal Mahoney

The Field by John Duffy

New Boots by Christian Wallace

A hundred years from now by Ann Henning Jocely

Review

Patrick Kavanagh – Mystic or Realist? by Maureen Gallagher

Poems of James Stephens by Adrian Frazier

Jason and the Argonauts by Stella Godmet

The Abbey Theatre’s The Picture of Dorian Gray by Drew Dunlap

Poetry

Two poems by Daniel Sammon

Two poems by Mairéad Donnellan

A poem by Patrick Devaney

A poem by Donnacha Bushe

Three poems by Andy Jones

Two poems by Jessamine O Connor

Three poems by Breda Wall Ryan

Four poems by Gerry Galvin

Two poems by Maria Tivnan

Four poems by John W. Sexton

Five poems by Pat Jourdan

Three poems by Margaretta D’Arcy

A poem by John Arden

A poem by Laurie Allen

Three poems by Stephen Byrne

Three Poems by Laura Cleary

Five poems by Pete Mullineaux

Three poems by Michael Farry

Six poems by Mike Absalom

Six poems by Mike Gallagher

Three poems in Irish by Uinseann Mac Thómais

Four poems by Neil McCarthy

Two poems by Allison Long

Four poems by Liz Quirke

Three poems by Maurice Devitt

Five poems by Pd Lyons

Six poems by Fred Johnston

Two poems by Alan Halford

Five poems by Floyd Skloot

Two poem by Bernie Jenkins

Six poems by Michael Mc Aloran

A poem by Emma Greaney

Four poems by Emily Cullen

Four poems by John Saunders

Two poems by Kate Ennals

Six poems by Mary Madec

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