Category Archives: Fiction

Robert Mitchell – In the Gorilla Suit

Robert Mitchell is a working, published musician, film editor, and songwriter, living in NYC. Due to the pandemic, Mitchell has redirected his storytelling focus towards short-form fiction. Robert’s stories have recently been published in: Rejected Manuscripts, The Literary Yard, and … Continue reading

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Elaine Lennon – Unicorn Horn

Elaine Lennon is a film historian. She is the author of ChinaTowne: The Screenplays of Robert Towne and is widely published in international film journals. She has a background in television production and film financing and was a lecturer for … Continue reading

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Michael Nolan – The Zone

Michael Nolan‘s fiction has appeared in Charles River Review. His non-fiction works have appeared in “The Vermont Guardian,“ Common Dreams, Antiwar.com and many more. The Zone By Michael Nolan Will rounded the corner at the end of LaGrange Street and … Continue reading

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Aisling Watters – Smash

Aisling Watters lives in Wexford and works in adult education. She has a BA in English, Sociology and Politics from NUI Galway and an MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature from UCD. She has previously been published in UCD’s literary … Continue reading

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Steve Carr – Walk Away

Steve Carr, from Richmond, Virginia, has had over 430 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 … Continue reading

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Eamon O’Riordan – Grace

Eamon O’Riordan lives in Toronto with his wife, Melissa. He has previously lived in Limerick, Belfast, Dublin, Barcelona and Umeå. He grew up in County Cork. He is an emerging writer whose first published piece, Desire Line, was included in … Continue reading

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Gordon Ferris -Growing Up

Gordon Ferris is a Ballyshannon poet and writer, originally from Dublin but has lived in Donegal for thirty-eight years. He has had poetry and short stories published in A New Ulster, the Galway Review, Impspired Magazine, and Hidden Channel ezine. … Continue reading

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Ciara McGinnity – Just Like Mam

Ciara McGinnity is a non-scripted TV Producer, currently living in Vancouver Canada, originally from Belfast but calls Dublin home. During a six month(ish) hiatus to travel South America last year, she finally started writing – her stories are inspired by … Continue reading

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Veronica Cregg – Doctor Thomas Johnson Opens George Galloway’s File

Veronica Cregg lives and works in Galway, on occasions over the past 10 years she has attended creative writing classes both on-line and in Galway city. She has had a short story read on Galway Bay FM Keith Finnegan Morning … Continue reading

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Gordon Ferris – Echo

Gordon Ferris is a Ballyshannon writer, originally from Dublin. He has had short stories and poetry in A New Ulster, Hidden Channel ezine, The Galway Review and Impspired Magazine. Echo By Gordon Ferris There was a slight drizzle as Desi … Continue reading

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Aleksander Beciri – Two Short Stories

Aleksander Beciri lives 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 been involved into various … Continue reading

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Pippa Slattery – Barefoot in the Temple

Pippa Slattery is an emerging writer, running Steeples Writers’ Group in Nenagh.  Her story The Perfume Bottle was published in the anthology Opening Doors by the Limerick Writers’ Centre.  Her flash fiction piece Rag Doll was shortlisted for the Kanturk … Continue reading

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