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Booker prize nominee, Kevin Barry takes time out to speak to Dave Kavanagh about his work, his routine and how he approaches his craft.
Doyle's most recent books include The Dead Republic (2010);Two Pints (2012); The Guts (2013), which takes us back to Jimmy Rabbitte, now in his forties; Two More Pints (2014); Dead Man Talking (2015); Smile (2017); and Love (2020).
But, here's a confession. I wasn't one bit outraged. In fact I would go as far as to say John Banville is as 'Woke' as the 'Wokest' man or woman among us.
Ahead of appearing in issue 44. Award-winning poet and writer, Una Mannion talks candidly with Dave Kavanagh about her early life, her writing day and why she finds particular comfort in prose.
Dave Kavanagh reviews 'Tyll' by Daniel Kehlmann, translated by Ross Benjamin, shortlisted for the International Booker Prize, 2020.
Dave Kavanagh, Managing Editor of The Blue Nib, on what he learned from reading four recent works in translation.
A portable paradise by Roger Robinson Paperback: 82 pages Publisher: Peepal Tree Press (8 July 2019) ISBN-10: 1845234332 ISBN-13: 978-1845234331 Roger Robinson only appeared on my radar after he became the surprise winner...
Dave Kavanagh's Marble, the story of a how desire can change the nature of a man.
A Thousand Moons, by Sebastian Barry Hardcover: 272 pages Publisher: Faber & Faber; Main edition (19 Mar. 2020) ISBN-10: 0571333370 ‘I am Winona‘In early times I was Ojinjintka, which means rose....
Author Gerry McCullough in conversation with Dave Kavanagh.
Journalist and now emerging author, Kate Mahony speaks to Dave Kavanagh about why she is drawn to writing fiction.
With her latest full-length collection, ‘The Rain Girl’, due from Chaffinch Press in 2020, Rose Mary Boehm speaks to Dave Kavanagh
Kieran Devaney has reported on and produced programmes around the world for TV am, Channel 4, ITN and Sky News in the United Kingdom, CNN in the United States
As an awful years ends, we bid you farewell. Dave Kavanagh, Managing Editor of The Blue Nib celebrates the readers, writers, contributors and editors who have made the last five years so very special.
Dave Kavanagh reviews ‘The Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree’ by Shokoofeh Azar, shortlisted for the International Booker Prize, 2020.
Dave Kavanagh reviews ‘The Adventures of China Iron’ by Gabriela Cabezón Cámara, shortlisted for the International Booker Prize, 2020.
Managing editor, Dave Kavanagh answers some of your most often asked questions about subscribing to The Blue Nib.
Dave Kavanagh explains the key rules to consider when writing an opinion article.
Dave Kavanagh on rereading The Cure For Death By Lightning during the pandemic.
Dave Kavanagh looks at the role of the Narrator in fiction.
Dave Kavanagh looks at three very different poets who use video as a medium
Dave Kavanagh reviews three useful apps for any writer
Dave Kavanagh, on how disability should not be a disability for writers.
Dave Kavanagh selects 20 favourite books from the 1920s.
his short story podcast on the theme of 'Gifts' features short fiction from Dave Kavanagh, Melissa Todd, Maggie Harris, Juan Chemes, Daniel O’Reilly, Alta Ifland, Clare Morris.
Dave Kavanagh on a journey towards not being a poet, and on why reading makes us better writers.
'The baby’s soft fist brushed her cheek and the light touch felt like reproach. Pause. Be kinder.'
Edited by Dave Kavanagh Abhaile: Poetry from Ireland and the UKwith Tracy Gaughan Editorial 1Poetry by George Szirtes 3Poetry by Mark Roper 7Poetry by Eleanor Hooker...
Edited by Dave Kavanagh Abhaile with Tracy GaughanEditorial Poetry by Mantz York Poetry by Byron Beynon Poetry By Chaucer Cameron Poetry by Pippa Little Poetry by Fred Johnston Poetry...
Felicia McCarthy reflects on the awful events surrounding George Floyd's death in Minnesota and the consequences for us all.
Dave Kavanagh selects fiction from new and established authors worthy of the title Seanchaí
Think of me as a guide. Think of yourself as a wanderer in a dark wood. It’s about to get darker. Margaret Atwood, The Testaments Reading The...
Poetry Selected by Clara Burghelea and Tracy GaughanEditorial Featured Poet Amy Barry Clara Burgelea in conversation with Amy Barry Simona Nastac Rachel Burns Becky...
Dear Blue Nib Contributors and Readers.
Edited By Dave Kavanagh Short FictionParis Vagrant By Michael Paul Hogan The Duck, a story in five parts by Reyna Marder Gentin Blood by Brian...
The Pantser The freedom to create without the confines of a plan. Famous pantsers include such authors as Margaret Atwood, Stephen King and Pierce...
Born in Mytholmroyd, Yorkshire in 1930, the landscape of Ted Hughes’s youth would have a massive influence on his later work as a poet. He...
I have an appalling sense of direction. I won’t say that I have no sense of direction because I’ve got a reasonable idea of where I’ve been once I’ve got there, if you catch my drift
Editorial:Dave Kavanagh Managing EditorWelcome to Issue 39 of The Blue Nib EssaysDoes Poetry Matter? By Clara Burghelea Poems As Time Machines By John D....
How many times have I heard someone say “Author Websites don’t work”? But the fact is, they do. Successful websites and blogs earn millions in...
Edited by Dave Kavanagh New Poetry: Alyssa Cooper. Neil Creighton Abigail S. Cull Terry Doyle Jess Neal Woods Will Reger Marie-Andrea Auclair Ceinwen E. Cariad Haydon...
Writer, journalist and broadcaster, Kieran Devaney explores the inventive steps people will take to make sure they are never short of a drink in Ireland.
Kate Mahony’s fiction has been shortlisted in a number of international competitions. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Victoria University, Wellington.
Brian Kirk is an award-winning poet and short story writer from Dublin. His children’s novel The Rising Son was published in December 2015. He was selected for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series in 2013 and highly commended in the Patrick Kavanagh Award in 2014 and 2015. His first poetry collection After The Fall was published by Salmon Poetry in 2017. He blogs at www.briankirkwriter.com.