Sara Jewell, of Waywords and Meansigns, interviews a Canadian Visual Artist. Joyce aficionado Robert Amos has had a copy of Finnegans Wake since 1969. One of Victoria’s best known artists talks frankly to us about Finnegans Wake, decorating the entirety of the James Joyce Bistro in Victoria, British Columbia, and writing out (by hand) one of …
Anchor Books, producing quality books, designed and printed in Australia, by less well-known historians.
Four Courts Press genuinely believes that we have a list that offers something for everyone, in a multitude of disciplines and a wide range of subjects.
His prose is in fact very poetic, very much attuned to the melody of sound.
Vanessa O’Neill’s play, In Search of Owen Roe O’Neill (see What’s On for details) on her great grandfather, Owen Roe O’Neill (no, not the c17 hero, but he does get a guernsey) opens at La Mama on 24 June for a two-week season.
I have just finished a painting of the fair at Ballycastle which had impressed me no end from the description in the old song.
Northern Ireland’s Margaret Byrne is CEO of Premiership club Sunderland. She tells John Hagan about her background, how she scored a dream job, and her role in a great soccer club.
Do you agree that when poetry and music meet and match, the magic of the senses release the greatest of satisfactions?
Eileen Haley captures the indomitability of Constance Markiewicz in a quilt which celebrates an eventful life as a free-spirited and pro-active woman.
Evelyn Conlon is now officially an Australian novelist: her latest novel, Not the Same Sky, about Irish Famine Orphans of the 1840s, sits proudly among the Australian novels in Readings bookshop.