Our FathersSeptember 2014
I don’t remember the trial, of course, but I’m told there was a stink of hatred in the room that would undo your tie.
What Lights Up the NightMay 2014
“This is how your parents have explained Paula’s coming: In Northern Ireland, the Protestants and Catholics are fighting.”
A Gap in DefinitionsJanuary 2014
The award-winning Northern Irish writer on life in New York, poetry as “a way of being alone without feeling alone," and why “all writing is political.”
Talking to IrelandSeptember 2013
The multi-prize-winning author talks about dissecting 1970s Britain in her new book, the “loathsome” idea that motherhood is incompatible with writing, and why stutterers make good novelists.
Two Short-Short StoriesBy Ethel Rohan
October 2010 Two stories on leaving and returning to Ireland.