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- North American Time: With Felicia McCarthy
- An Astráil: With Denise O'Hagan
- Translation Po-int: With Clara Burghelea
- Abhaile: With Tracy Gaughan
- Seanchaí: With Lydia Renfro
- The Write Life With Clare Morris
- The Critical Nib: With Emma Lee
Maude Wahington in conversattion with Shaylon Scott, founder of Book Mecca — a platform for black authors.
Issue 43 September 2020
Popular and much-loved author, poet and playwright, Michael Morpurgo talks candidly with Clare Morris about his influences, his sources of inspiration, his writing day and his hopes for the future.
Writer and editor at Banshee Literary Journal, Claire Hennessy, offers advice to writers and speaks to Tracy Gaughan about the changing face of contemporary poetry, the perils of didacticism and shares some of her happiest moments at the journal
As restrictions tighten and we are advised to work from home, Melissa Todd remembers the creative potential of the morning commute.
Dominique Hecq reviews 'The Gang Of One' by Robert Harris.
Seanchaí: With Lydia Renfro
While there is more than forty years of hostility between the two countries, Iranians take solace in the fact that once an American gave his life for democracy in Iran: Howard Baskerville
The Write Life With Clare Morris
Poet, journalist, fiction writer and literary essayist, Michael Paul Hogan takes us to Kiowa Ranch, New Mexico in 1925 and a question asked of the host that has significance for us all.