Category Archives: Fiction

Ronnie O’Gorman to launch The Galway Review 6

Invitation Galway Academic Press and The Galway Review cordially invite you to the launch of The Galway Review 6. This anthology featuring local, national and international writers will be officially launched by Ronnie O’Gorman on Thursday, 26th April, 2018 at 7:00pm. The … Continue reading

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Daniel Sammon – Maggie Ellen Died

Daniel Sammon recently graduated with an MA in Writing (Hons) degree at NUIG. He is the author of four books including a book of poetry. He has Certificates of Distinction in Legal Studies, Accountancy & Taxation and Creative Writing.  He … Continue reading

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Steve Carr – Sing Me A River

Steve Carr lives in Richmond, Virginia, in the United States. He began his writing career as a military journalist and has had over a hundred short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals and anthologies. Carr’s plays … Continue reading

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Chris Deliso – Recreating John Scotus

Chris Deliso is an American author (with Irish roots), covering primarily the countries of Southeast Europe for a variety of nonfiction media; his work has included politics reports for The Economist, travel guides for Lonely Planet, and numerous articles in … Continue reading

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Karen J McDonnell – Wall

Karen J McDonnell is a 2017 Hennessy/Irish Times shortlisted writer. Her work is widely published, and has won and been listed in competitions including the 2017 Robert Monteith, Poems for Patience, and Dermot Healy Poetry prizes. Non-fiction was nominated for … Continue reading

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Kathleen Langstroth – Little Jean

Kathleen Langstroth lives in Canada where she likes to paste words into short stories. She has been published in The Radvocate where she was runner up in their So Say We All Literary Prize. Online, she is at the new … Continue reading

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Sean Hanrahan – Embers of St. John’s

Sean Hanrahan is a dual Irish-Canadian citizen; his mother having emigrated from Co. Cavan to Canada  ‎in 1958. He holds a degree in English Literature from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada and a degree in Law from the University of … Continue reading

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Nigel Jarrett – Onslaught

Nigel Jarrett is a former daily-newspaperman and a winner of the Rhys Davies Prize for short fiction and, in 2016, the inaugural Templar Shorts award. His first story collection, Funderland, was published to wide acclaim, notably in the Guardian, the … Continue reading

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FESTIVAL OF WILD ATLANTIC WRITING

FESTIVAL OF WILD ATLANTIC WRITING in the footsteps of Ted Hughes To be held at Doonreagan, Cashel, Co. Galway, Ireland October 27th-29th, 2017. doonreagan@gmail.com Tel: 00353 95 31049 Click here for: WILD ATLANTIC WRITING PROGRAMME

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Frank McGuinness – The Woodcutter and His Family

Coming soon: the new novel from playwright Frank McGuinness The Woodcutter and His Family Frank McGuinness Publication date: 18th September 2017 ISBN 9781847179074  PRICE €14.99 /£12.99 HB FORMAT 216x138mm EXTENT 224pp Also available as an ebook   It has the … Continue reading

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