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Issue 41 March 2020

‘Luna Moth’ fiction by M.E. Proctor

Journalist and author, M.E. Proctor.

‘ #Badsex’ Short Fiction by Sam Hall

Sam Hall is managing editor of Confluence Magazine

‘Girl Grief’. Short fiction by Cathy Donelan

Cathy Donelan’s first play featured in the 2019 Galway Fringe.

That old life. Short fiction by Rosalind Goldsmith

Poet, teacher, translator and playwright, Rosalind Goldsmith.

The Clock Goes Back, Short fiction by Conor Jarrett

Conor Jarrett is a teacher, translator and writer from Naas, Co Kildare.

3 Poems by Francis O’Hare

Francis O’Hare’s new collection, Sailing to Omeath, was published by Arlen House, Dublin (January 2020)

Featured Poet Rose Mary Boehm

Rose's, ‘The Rain Girl’, will be published by Chaffinch Press in 2020

A poem by Doreena Jennings

Doreena Jennings is a member of the award winning ‘Carlow Writers Co-op

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Flirting in the time of COVID by Leo Lazarus

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An Empty Seat in the US Supreme Court by Sophia Kouidou-Giles

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An Invitation from Margaret Randall

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