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Deirdre Foley: No Country for Lone Women

We are almost halfway through 2015, which will mark the perfect midway point in a decade of centenaries – both world wars and national uprisings. As due commemorations take place, I can’t help but return to the same thought several times over- that what happened post-independence is what’s most pertinent to the true history of Irish female identity. 1,586 more words

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Editor's Letter May 2015: Out of Place

I have next to me a preview copy of photographer Sally Mann’s new memoir, Hold Still. I keep turning it over, flicking through the pages. Dipping a toe in. 411 more words

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Louise O'Neill: A word after a word after a word is power

Margaret Atwood wrote “A word after a word after a word is power.”

I am blind in this world. I do not know what direction in which I face. 1,274 more words

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Editor's Letter April 2015: Welcome to Coven

A few months ago, I finished up a fairly gruelling masters degree and lost a regular writing gig. There was a lot of spare time left to fill with something, … 378 more words

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Sundays

I feel I mainly post on a Sunday evening, the time where I chill out with my lovely boyfriend and watch tv (normally Netflix).

We finished series 3 of American Horror Story: The Coven today and it didn’t disappoint. 74 more words

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American Horror (The Coven) & African Spirituality

Good Afternoon Readers,

Today is Sunday and there is going to be some blogging going on today. Last week, I watch the full season of the American Horror: The Coven in one day. 391 more words

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#COFFINHOP2014: The Coven

It’s Coffin Hop time again and the internet is abuzz with horror authors talking about their work! Sirens Call Publications will be featured our library of horror, sure to scare and excite! 267 more words

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