Tags » The Betrayal

In Memoriam: Helen Dunmore

I read in the New York Times this morning that Helen Dunmore, poet and historical novelist, died on June 5, in Bristol, England. Even though I never met her, I feel sad and bereft, because her voice was one that always moved me. 263 more words

Reviews And Columns

The bromance is over: Why did Cory Bernardi turn on Tony Abbott

There was a time they bonded over the Queen, their distaste for the burka, and love for Margaret Thatcher. But the bromance is over.

Source: … 12 more words

Tony Abbott

The Betrayal

On a day when over 1,000 Yemeni bodega owners in New York City are on strike to protest the president’s immigration ban, here is a gut-wrenching poem by one of Yemen’s best known poets, Dr. 286 more words


The Betrayal

So, day one of posting stuff for Halloween. I’m pretty excited, not gonna lie. Even the spooks around the apartment have quieted down some, either they’re getting used to us or they’re getting ready for Halloween too. 422 more words


Admitting the Past

I mentioned figuring out what I was planning to do here for Halloween earlier, so I figured I should talk about it a bit.

So, back in the nineties and early aughts R. 294 more words


Irish LGBT Shorts Collection Today at GAZE Film Festival

If you’re free from 6.30pm this evening (Sunday 31st July) you might drop in on this year’s GAZE Irish Shorts selection, at the Light House Cinema, Dublin.  356 more words


GAZE Film Festival 2016 - Special Guests This Weekend!

The 24th International LGBT Film Festival is providing a platform for Irish and International LGBT cinema in Dublin this year, as every year. The annual festival, which is taking place over the August Bank Holiday weekend, in the Light House Cinema, Dublin, offers an exciting array of films to suit a wide variety of audiences, with a choice of international titles and homegrown Irish films also being screened. 523 more words