I wrote this short story a few years ago. Never did anything with it but it’s one of hundreds of poems, stories and pieces of things that I’ve written here and there in the past that I still like. 1,488 more words
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For the second time we take our podcast out of the urban setting and take inspiration from the rural idyll. In this case the rural idyll was extremely cold, so it wore its hoody indoors the whole time. 58 more words
It’s 5.30pm on a Friday evening and I’m sitting in the front passenger seat of the car in horrendous traffic. Cars inch along, bumper to bumper. 1,067 more words
Since it’s approaching an American holiday and so many people have time off, I thought I would post an additional review this week! Please feel free to check out some of my other book reviews, or let me know if there are books you want to see me review! 257 more words
Simon Fitzmaurice, Irish filmmaker and author of bestselling memoir ‘It’s Not Yet Dark’ has died aged 43.
If you don’t know of him, he was a creator from Wicklow who had a decade-long battle with motor neurone disease (MND). 273 more words
I’m not sure how popular Ross O’Carroll-Kelly is ‘out foreign’, but since 1998 this satirical creation of journalist Paul Howard has been shining a spotlight on Ireland’s society through the privileged lens of a rich Dublin southside rugby player. 170 more words