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Why do you write? – Trevor Conway –  interview with Ndrek Gjini

Trevor Conway –  interview with Ndrek Gjini  Introduction BY TREVOR CONWAY Ndrek Gjini’s poem CALENDAR is deceptively simple. It enchants the readers on a very direct level, with references to communists, grapes and the speaker’s grandmother. But it has another, … Continue reading

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 11 (Printed Edition), April 2023

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – The Galway Review 11 (Printed Edition), April 2023 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 Review … Continue reading

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Playwright, painter, poet and novelist Patricia Burke Brogan has died in Galway

Playwright, painter, poet and novelist Patricia Burke Brogan has died in Galway She was in her 90s and died peacefully on Monday, September 5th,2022, at a nursing home in Castlegar. She is widely recognised for bringing the harrowing reality of … Continue reading

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Book Review by TAK Erzinger: The Horse and The Girl poetry collection by Madeleine F. White

  TAK Erzinger is an award-winning poet. Her collection “At the Foot of the Mountain” (Floricanto Press California, 2021) won the University of Indianapolis Etching Press, Whirling Prize 2021 for best nature poetry book. It was also a finalist at … Continue reading

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Alec Solomita offers the reader a dazzlingly disparate series of poems

Review by Emily H. Axelrod Kelsay Books, released April 25, 2022, 81 pages. In his first full-length book of poetry, Hard To Be a Hero, Alec Solomita offers the reader a dazzingly disparate series of poems, many of which describe … Continue reading

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Colman Collins has just published a new book entitled: ‘50 Ways To Succeed In Your First Job’

Colman Collins has just published a new book entitled: ‘50 Ways To Succeed In Your First Job’ The book was written to help final year students to transition from the world of college to the world of work. The book … Continue reading

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Elaine Lennon – SERVICE

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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The Galway Review 10 – printed anthology just arrived

The Galway Review 10 Printed anthology just arrived. We are very happy with the quality of this book and want to thank the CL Print for their great effort in producing such a fine anthology. Congrats to the editorial team … Continue reading

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A new book from our Editor in Chief Maire Holmes – Iníon Bhrídín Bhéasach

The Editorial Team of The Galway Review would like to congratulate the Editor in Chief of this magazine MAIRE HOLMES on the publication of her new book “Iníon Bhrídín Bhéasach”

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The Galway Review 10 – Printed Edition – April 2022

The Galway Review 10 – Printed Edition =April 2022 Table of Contents Margaret Kiernan Barbara Derbyshire Ian Kelleher Jesse Mavro Diamond Karen J. Kovacs Matt Mooney Elaine Lennon Daniel Sammon Steve Carr Timothy Houghton Sass O’Flynn Lorely Forrester Aran Rafferty … Continue reading

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Michael Durack – Review of The Whole Picture Show by Arthur McMaster

Michael Durack lives in Co. Tipperary, Ireland. His work has been widely published and broadcast on local and national radio.   Publications include a memoir in prose and poems, Saved to Memory: Lost to View (2016) and a poetry collection, … Continue reading

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Ed O’Loughlin – Free by Lea Ypi: Funny, precise, accessible, serious memoir of a Stalinist childhood

Ed O’Loughlin was born in Toronto, Canada, and grew up in Kildare town, Ireland. After studying English at Trinity College Dublin, he worked as a reporter in Dublin for the Dublin Tribune and the Irish Times. He later reported from … Continue reading

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