Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Joyce Butler – Review of Wild Place

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 2020, her essay, Walking Through Lockdown was published on … Continue reading

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Elaine Lennon – My Mad Drunk Irish Wedding

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 a … Continue reading

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James Ross Kelly – Now, Let-Me-Tell-You-This-Story…

James Ross Kelly lives in Northern California next to the Sacramento River. He has been a journalist for Gannet, a travel book editor, and had a score of labor jobs—the in-between, jobs you get from being an English major. He … Continue reading

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 10 (Printed Edition), April 2022

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 10 (Printed Edition), April 2022 Submission guidelines: Submissions, poetry, short fiction, plays, and non-fiction or extracts, reviews, and criticism (up to 2500 words) are now being sought for the next issue of The Galway … Continue reading

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Emma M.Murray – Níl Aon Tinteán Mar Do Thinteán Féin

Emma M.Murray is a mother, wife, teacher and writer. She spent most of her twenties with a rucksack slung across her back, travelling extensively around the world. She returned to her native Donegal, a few years ago. To date this … Continue reading

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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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Aidan Beatty is originally from Loughrea and now teaches at the Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh.  He is the author of Masculinity and Power in Irish Nationalism (2016) and co-editor of Irish Questions and Jewish Questions: Crossovers in … 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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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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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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Gil Hoy – How Did You Know?

Gil Hoy is a widely published Boston poet and writer 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 … Continue reading

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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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