Composed almost entirely of short monologues by the ghostly inhabitants of the cemetery, it reads less like a conventional novel and more like a drama, or perhaps a scrapbook
At the time of publication, over three thousand children are without somewhere permanent to live in Dublin.Read more "Crossing the Threshold"
Unlike Deckard, who just grudgingly went about his job and then drank to forget, only to realise at the end of Blade Runner that something was amiss, K feels he’s something special.Read more "Special K: Blade Runner 2049"
A family is a tribe, after all, with its own customs, culture, and – crucially for this play – way of communicating.Read more "Tribes"
It’s usually extremely sunny, but on the day I was there, the clouds were massively incontinent.Read more "Write by the Sea"
Originally posted on The Fluff Is Raging:
By Niall McArdle This is Banned Books Week in the United States. Banned Books Week is the national book community’s annual celebration of the freedom to read. Hundreds of libraries and bookstores around the country draw attention to the problem of censorship by mounting displays of challenged books…
If I look slightly guilty, it may be down to having Kentucky Fried Jesus peering over my shoulderRead more "Bray Literary Festival"