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Stayers’ Hurdle

His eyes squint as the 6am light reflects off the plastic bags, cans and crisp packets of the Grand Canal. Portobello has never looked so…

Sic Transit Gloria

I learned to drive in a field when I was five, from the same grandfather who taught me how to ride a horse and chew…

Hello Julian Assange

It was sunny outside. Manus still felt something akin to minor guilt at lying in bed on a sunny day. Just having the option carried…

Casino

Part I You know your father used to go to school next to the Casino at Marino, him and his friends would play around it. For…

Ancient Irish Sagas

The following is a short retelling and interpretation of a number of Irish sagas, including two, ‘The Second Battle of Moytura’ and ‘The Wooing of…

Spirit Animals

‘I had a dream about you last night.’ Sarah, stuffing wet tuna into pitta pockets and wondering if she could just put the same tangerine,…