Category Archives: Fiction

Phil Carrick was born and raised in Ireland in the 1950s, enjoying a childhood that saw her family live in various parts of, Offaly, Galway, Kildare, and Dublin. She was educated at both UCD and Trinity College Dublin and spent … Continue reading

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Akie Asemblé is a writer and poet from Dublin in Ireland. Akie’s first published story, A Ten Dollar Tear, appeared in The Manhattanville Review in 2020. This was soon followed by Lizzie Had These Great LP’s on Story Bud Web … Continue reading

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Tomlin Martinson – At Closing Time

Tomlin Martinson has been a journalist, taxi driver, short-order cook, graphic artist, and writing teacher. He now lives in western Washington state with his wife, Dona. He has a master’s degree in creative writing. At Closing Time B y Tomlin Martinson Ten past … Continue reading

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Susan Tepper is the author of nine published books of fiction and poetry. Her tenth book, titled 9X9, will be released shortly by Cervena Barva Press. Tepper is in the production phase of an Off-Broadway play that concerns artist Jackson … Continue reading

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Niall Crowley is an independent consultant and believer in equality and human rights, working in Ireland and places across Europe. He is part of a prose collective supported by Cork County Council, a space that stimulates a passion long forgotten but … Continue reading

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Gil Hoy is a Boston writer and poet who studied poetry and writing at Boston University through its Evergreen program. Hoy previously received a B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science from Boston University, an M.A. in Government from Georgetown University, … Continue reading

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Shane Blackman – The Greenland Dog: An Oil on Canvas

Shane Blackman reads much Irish History and Literature. He discusses routes his Irish great-grandmother Mary took to America with compassion. Shane received a B.A. in History and Literature from Wabash College and an M.A. in History from Indiana University. At Wabash, … Continue reading

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Steve Carr – The Gin Rummy Traffic Entanglement

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 Talker … Continue reading

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Margaret Kiernan – Choir Outing

Margaret Kiernan writes poetry and short stories. She is published in both. She is part of the Thursday poetry workshop at Galway Arts Centre, 47 Dominick Street, facilitated by Mr Kevin Higgins, Poet. She has a background in Public Policy and … Continue reading

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Greg Dinner grew up in Colorado, studied in New York, Paris and London before moving to Los Angeles to work in film.  In 1984 he resettled in London, working for more than thirty-five years as a film and television executive, produced … Continue reading

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After retiring, Eamon O’Leary realised he needed something more than hacking up the golf course to keep him active, so he started writing short stories. An eclectic mix, no particular genre, but no sci-fi. Definitely no sci-fi. He tries to include an … Continue reading

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Phil Cummins is a Dublin-born essayist and fiction writer living in County Kildare. He has previously been a runner-up for the Fish Publishing 2020 International Short Memoir Prize and his short stories have been long/shortlisted in various competitions. His writing … Continue reading

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