Category Archives: Fiction

Scott Ragland has an MFA in Creative Writing (fiction) from UNC Greensboro in the U.S. Before taking a writing hiatus, he had several stories published, most notably in Writers’ Forum, Beloit Fiction Journal, and The Quarterly. More recently, his work has appeared in The … Continue reading

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Gráinne Daly scribbles poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction. Winner of the UCD Maeve Binchy Award 2019, she has been published in numerous publications. Take me home to… By Gráinne Daly A young Garda stood on the corner at Gill’s, freshly minted from … Continue reading

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Kit Jenkin was born in Canada and now lives in Manchester, UK. He is a graduate of the Creative Writing program at the University of New Brunswick. His fiction has most recently appeared in Fatal Flaw, The Dillydoun Review, The Selkie, The Wrong Quarterly, … Continue reading

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Una Meers was born in Dublin. She has always enjoyed writing and many years ago won an award for her short story The World Around Us. Family and work then took centre stage, but on retiring from Trinity College she returned … Continue reading

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Emma M.Murray spent her twenties with a rucksack on her back traveling extensively around the world. She returned to her native Donegal three years ago to raise her children. She has a Bachelor of Education (DCU), passion for Gaeilge and … Continue reading

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Pippa Slattery is currently studying on the M.A. for Creative Writing at the University of Limerick. She has recently been shortlisted by New Irish Writing and was long-listed for the 2021 Fish Short Story Award. She has short stories published … Continue reading

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Steve Carr, from Richmond, Virginia, has had over 490 short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals, reviews, and anthologies since June 2016. He has had seven collections of his short stories, Sand, Rain, Heat, The Tales of … Continue reading

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After a career in teaching spanning thirty years, Maria O’Rourke is now a full-time writer, currently completing a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of Limerick.  She draws on her own challenges in personal, work, and family life to … Continue reading

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Aleksander Beciri is an Albanian living in The Netherlands. He is a civil engineer engaged in circular building and environmental protection. He is also author and translator. Because of his knowledge of Albanian, Dutch, Greek, English, and Italian he has … Continue reading

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Emma M.Murray – Sale Agreed

Emma M.Murray spent her twenties with a rucksack on her back travelling extensively around the world. She returned to her native Donegal three years ago to raise her children. She has a Bachelor of Education (DCU), passion for Gaeilge and … Continue reading

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Rickie O’Neill is a 30-year-old writer, actor, and musician originally from Claremorris, Mayo. For the past 9 years, Rickie has been a session musician and full-time drummer for the Irish band The Saw Doctors. In 2015 he changed his course … Continue reading

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Belgium-based writer Sheila Kinsella’s short stories draw inspiration from her Irish upbringing. An avid watcher of people’s behaviour, and blessed with abundant natural curiosity, Sheila lures the reader into a shrewdly observed world via imagery and comedy.  Sheila graduated with … Continue reading

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