Some of Doctorow’s most notable short fiction has been re-released in this new edition. Unfortunately, his qualities as a novelist do not translate into satisfying stories.
Multiple authors agonise over how to tell their children that people will see them as less human because of their skin colour.
With artistic origins, six years in Vietnam and the solo establishment of an independent business under her belt, when it comes to Dublin’s creative scene, Kiki Na Art has arrived.
The first major work of architecture in modern Ireland, Busáras was symbolic of a forward facing Ireland that was brimful of passion and ideas.
In the 90s London was deemed the coolest city humanly possible to travel to, and obviously even cooler to live in. But how does the English capital really fare today? We decided to spend two intense days around London to answer that very question.
Is there such a thing as a “comedy” genre of video games?
We talk to Bren Byrne about the (earlier than usual) return of OFFSET.
Dean McDaid, of 9 crows and Not Another tells us how a few pints with Emma Fraser progressed into remodelling the Irish fashion industry.
In 2004 the smoking ban was enforced with a hefty on the spot fine. Could similar laws towards smart devices benefit the city and its inhabitants?
Irish born, and based in New York since 2012, Shane Griffin’s distinctive work blurs the line between fantasy and reality and has an immediate and visceral allure.
Accessible attitude for less than 30 quid? We’ve had worse offers: Don’t Kill My Vibe
This collection, Lawson’s debut, is comprised of ‘Virgin’ and five other stories that centre around sex, repression and the aftermath of abuse.
Fish in Exile is that rare thing: a piece of art that transports you to an atmosphere you’ve never breathed.
In Moonglow, Michael Chabon gives us the gift of his grandparents: two uniquely flawed people who love each other deeply and who can’t seem to get out of their own way.
The most iconic house in world literature.
We talk to local historian Des Mullally about the persistent allure of Dublin 8.
We explore the ins and outs of the women’s networking scene in Dublin
“We have a look reflective of our sound. We are weird but also current.” Bray trio Wyvern Lingo provide some insights on their look.