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Shlomit Miky Dan – Blue Jellyfish Sandals

Shlomit Miky Dan defines herself as one of the international nomad tribe, the ever-moving international community, an enriching experience that continues to challenge her curiosity and learning. She published interviews with writers, artists and human rights’ committed persons, that reflect her … Continue reading

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Colin O’Shea – Old Wood

Colin O’Shea has just finished a creative writing degree at NUIG and enjoys writing about anything that interests him, being inspired by stories heard or seen at some point along the way. He has been writing for as long as … Continue reading

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Michela Esposito – Skin, Anto

Michela Esposito is a recent graduate with a B.A. in English Studies from Trinity College Dublin. Aside from one or two pieces in university magazines, she is previously unpublished. She resides in Dublin and spends one month a year living … Continue reading

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Robert Feeney – Among the Blue Trees

Robert Feeney has completed an MA in Creative Writing in University College Cork, Ireland. His stories have been published in “Quarryman” (the college’s literary journal), “The Rose Magazine” and “Verity La”. Two more are due to appear in “FishFood” and … Continue reading

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Stephen Reid – Black Rose internal monologue

Stephen Reid is from Westmeath, and since completing his BA in English and Geography at NUIG is currently studying an M.Phil in Irish Writing at Trinity college Dublin. He has had poetry published previously in The Ogham Stone and Boyne … Continue reading

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The “Wandering Souls” of Panorama

A tiny dot had been flashing and circling slowly over a virtual point beside the road on the Google map until the satellites intercepted and correlated my precise position in the imaginary landscape; then the dot stopped moving, coming to … Continue reading

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Rudi Erebara – The Epic of the Morning Stars

Rudi Erebara was born in 1971. He is a poet, novelist and translator. After graduating in 1995 at the Academy of Fine Arts, he embarked on a career as a political analyst, a journalist in several national newspapers and as … Continue reading

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Mauk Donnabhain – Get Her!

Mauk Donnabhain was born in Lifford, County Donegal and currently lives in London.  He draws on his experiences from many years living abroad, in places as far apart as Paris, Bratislava, Samarkand, Bangkok and Moscow.  This is his first publication. … Continue reading

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Stewart Devitt – Waiting time

Stewart Devitt was born in Belfast, worked and played there and in Dublin, donning the jerseys of Instonians and Bective Rangers rugby clubs. An experienced training professional, specialising in communication and personal development, he now lives in Auckland. New Zealand … Continue reading

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M. Leland Oroquieta – The Pathologist

M. Leland Oroquieta has been a library page, draftsman, cashier, stray cat, and other things he can’t remember, while reading for a humanities course at university. He lives on a valley, near the edge of an ocean. His work has … Continue reading

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