Category Archives: Non-Fiction

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 and … Continue reading

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Rose Malone is a member of the Naas Creative Writers’ Group and was part of the editorial team which produced an anthology of the group’s writing – Cuisle Chill Dara: The Heartbeat of Kildare – in 2019. She has published … Continue reading

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Ola Mustapha is from London, where she works as an editor of research reports. She lived in Japan for several years, working as an English language teacher and editor. She has written two novels and has had short stories accepted … Continue reading

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Janet Heeran lives in rural North Cork, Ireland, with her husband,children, and assorted animals. She studied Environmental Policy inCambridge lived in France for a while and currently works as aSpecial Educational Needs Teacher. Some of her writing featured on RTERadio … Continue reading

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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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Joyce Butler has been shortlisted twice for the Atlantis Short Story Contest in 2015 & 2017 respectively. One of these stories was published in their inaugural short story anthology 2018/2019. In 2018, she received mentoring on my novel, The Spitfire … Continue reading

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R. Sebastian Bennett taught Fiction Writing at the University of California-Los Angeles and Muskingum University, where he directed the Creative Writing Program. From 1994-2000, He was Editor-in-Chief of the literary journal, The Southern Anthology. His writing has been widely published … Continue reading

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 9 (Printed Edition), April 2021 Submission guidelines: Submissions, poetry, short fiction, plays and non-fiction or extracts, reviews and criticism (up to 2500 words) now being sought for the next issue of The Galway Review 9, … 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 … Continue reading

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Jude Cowan Montague is an artist, poet, musician. Born in Manchester, she has lived mostly in London. At the age of 21 she went to Sumatra and learned to sing saluang songs and has been an alternative musician all her … Continue reading

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Maiwand Banayee came to Ireland from Afghanistan in 2004. He spent over three years in direct provision and learned English while living in Ireland.  After receiving permission to stay here, he attended IT Carlow, graduating with a degree in Physical … Continue reading

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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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