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[Short Story] - Ursula

First published in Crannóg 35, and my first official public reading. I was disgustingly nervous. Wine and good company helped a lot.

 

Ursula

The cat is on to me.

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Writing

New look, new possibilities.

We have come to a new place in County Galway, near to the town of Gort; Crann-Og Eco Farm is a lovely little place that offers accommodation and space for retreats/workshops.  303 more words

Blog

Snorkelling Loch Kinord 26th and 28th February

I have had a chance to get a couple of days of snorkelling in at Loch Kinord. There is more diving fieldwork to come over the next week, but I thought I would share a few photos that have come up. 73 more words

Scotland

The Drumclay Bird Headed Comb

Here Dr Nóra Bermingham discusses the significance of The Drumclay Bird Headed Comb. The comb is one of our objects dating to the Early Christian Period. 468 more words

The Fermanagh 100

The Meaning Behind a Green Velvet Suit (Crannog Part 2)

My revisions to the original part 2 post from earlier this week. Sorry to inundate you all with this story, but I do feel I’m onto something and I’m excited by it. 791 more words

Fiction

Photosynthesis (Crannog, Part 2)

He waited for an hour.

Skulking in the bushes outside my own house, I watched my Uncle Jarlath through a window. We were both waiting; I was waiting for him to leave. 790 more words

Fiction

The Presentation (Crannog, Part 1)

I watched as the vapor of my breath hovered and grew heavy, forming into droplets before my eyes. They slowly spun and changed color—pine green, then goldenrod, then cerulean. 671 more words

Fiction