Aye Write’s first – and sadly only – event this year took place in the Mitchell Library on Thursday, March 12th as Bernard Ponsonby introduced the work of author Theresa Breslin. Breslin’s work spans many subject matters from the historical to the ideological, seen in Remembrance and Divided City, just two of her works from 2002 and 2005 respectively.Read More
Having first emerged on the music scene in 2015, David Keenan’s debut album A Beginner’s Guide to Bravery explores existentialism, the muse and the changing face of Ireland. Following on from a string of single releases and EP collections, the singer/songwriter from Dundalk draws inspiration from the likes of Dylan and Cohen, setting tales to music and tapping into a distinct Celtic consciousness that sets him apart from all others in his field.Read More
If you value our reviews, interviews and content, please consider supporting the site with a donation of your choosing.
Review: Intimations by Zadie Smith
Review: Dead Girls by Selva Almada (Translated by Annie McDermott)
Review: Crud 1 by Al White
Review: My Life as a Cat by Carlie Sorosiak
Review: The Harpy by Megan Hunter