Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Daniel Sammon – A sequel to the burning of Clifden by the Black & Tans

Daniel Sammon recently graduated with a Master’s degree in Writing from NUIG. It was late in life when he discovered he had a latent talent or a hidden love of the written word. Not long after his first book was published … 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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Pre-buy at least one copy of The Galway Review 9 to be included in our new Anthology

Pre-buy at least one copy of The Galway Review 9 to be included in our new Anthology THE GALWAY REVIEW 9 Table of Contents Granted By Eamon O’Leary Page 7 A romance under the Arch of Triumph (Paramnesia)* By Sotir … Continue reading

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 Anne Marie Kennedy – 2020, A Donkey’s Perspective

Anne Marie Kennedy is an award winning writer of fiction, non-fiction, drama and varied verse.  She is a champion poetry slammer and small farmer, lives in rural Galway with her husband and a menagerie of four legged people. She teaches … Continue reading

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The Galway Review 9 – Pre-buy at least one copy

COVID-19 and the lock-downs have put The Galway Review in a very serious financial situation. As a result, the management team has decided to continue printing The Galway Review Anthology in April 2021 but with limited copies available. So as … Continue reading

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Martin Brady – Five Photos

Martin Brady is a writer, archaeologist, film-maker and photographer from Drogheda in Co. Louth. He has recently graduated from a course in Film and T.V Production and is an active member of the Louth Film Makers Society in Dundalk. He … Continue reading

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Sarah Hamilton – Poster Girls

Sarah Hamilton holds a First-Class Honours in Creative Writing with University College Dublin. She has had pieces published in Pilcrow and Dagger, The Oval, and as a returning writer and Society editor for Cassandra Voices magazine. Today, she is writing … Continue reading

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IN MEMORIAM Angela Byrne – Three poems Angela Byrne was born in Dublin. Her training includes City and Guilds Printing, Guildford College of Technology, Surrey, UK. She was a founder member of the ‘Pauper’s Press Printing Cooperative’, Oxford, UK. In … Continue reading

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In the beginning, it felt outlandish, and then in slow lento, it became familiar. It was the impression I had when I first read the poems of Fahrudin Sehu. The feeling of outlandish was not because I do not know … Continue reading

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Helena Kane is a retired teacher from Galway city who loves writing and has attended a number of Creative Writing courses with Susan Millar duMars and Maire Hughes. She has had a few pieces published in The Galway Advertiser and … Continue reading

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Lorraine O’Byrne is  from county Limerick.  She is a member of the Killaloe Writers’ Group. Though an emerging writer, she has self-published numerous children’s books in the past, one of which is also published on https://www.shortkidsstories.com. Her first book on … Continue reading

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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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