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Book Review: The Wonder – Emma Donoghue

Emma Donoghue, who once mockingly proclaimed herself “mostly known as the locked-up children writer”, returns after Room with this tale of religious hysteria set in a Catholic Irish backwater circa 1859.

Print’s not Dead: RIP Zine

Launching this Friday 18th November in the Gallery of Photography in Temple Bar, RIP Zine is the latest project from the team behind Junior magazine, photographers Ellius Grace, George Voronov and Nicholas Harpur proving – despite the name – that print is still alive. “The zine is very limited edition, read more…


Book Review: A Modern Journey – Derek Turner

While it is Turner’s inspired construction of Ambrose that is the most memorable and successful element of the novel, the protagonist’s sheer lunacy makes this otherwise promising novel difficult to connect with.

Book Review: Labor of Love – Moira Wegel

Wegel shows how rituals of dating, sex and childbirth have always converged with gendered social and economic expectations, and how women and non-heterosexual men still generally perform the majority of emotional and cultural labour in seeking and maintaining romantic relationships.


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