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Amanda is out for the night with her new school mate, Lea. But when her so-called friends – an assortment of symptoms from her Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) – turn up, she finds it hard to determine who and what is real.
Read More “‘The Go-Get-Gone’ by Judy Darley”
For women in Northern Ireland and a post-Repeal Republic telling stories which speak from the body and its traumas remains a powerful tool, argues Laura Hackett when considering the work of Sally Rooney, Lucy Caldwell, Sinéad Gleeson and others.
Read More “Speaking from the Body: Trauma, Pregnancy and the Eighth Amendment in Contemporary Irish Writing”
Dad just wants a quiet night in front of the tele, but when next-door starts playing loud music the evening takes a nasty turn. Emily Slade’s short story, ‘A Very British Rebellion,’ unites sharp dialogue with jolting images in an off-kilter tale about un-neighbourly hostilities.
Read More “‘A Very British Rebellion’ by Emily Slade, Winner of the Lucy Writers Flash Fiction Competition”