Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Scott Ragland has an MFA in Creative Writing (fiction) from UNC Greensboro in the U.S. Before taking a writing hiatus, he had several stories published, most notably in Writers’ Forum, Beloit Fiction Journal, and The Quarterly. More recently, his work has appeared in The … Continue reading

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Book Launch: Steering By The Stars by Matt Mooney APRIL 30th 2021

Book Launch: Steering By The Stars by Matt Mooney APRIL 30th 2021. Launch by poet Thomas McCarthy. “To borrow a line from the author, here is a book “where dreams are born again”. Mooney is clear-eyed, exact and precise in … Continue reading

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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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