Tag Archives: ireland

The Brother was forever at the food press when Ma was away and I’d be telling him off, saying to him stop that, you’ll have us both in trouble.   Read More


Cold sea water lapped gently against Kate’s feet, and she exhaled briefly in delight at the cooling it provided.  It was a hot day, and she relished this relief.  It was her first holiday with Mark since her Mother had passed away, and she wanted everything to be perfect. Read More

Algocracy and the Transhumanist Project

The future of governance and values in the post-human era

Limerick Writers' Centre

Supporting Literature, Arts and Culture in Limerick since 2008.

NUIG Writers' Society

NUIG's society for exploring each other's writing in a welcoming environment.