Submissions Tinteán is a special interest online magazine. Submissions are peer-reviewed by an editorial group with backgrounds in education, history, Irish language, the law, literature, and writing. We are Irish-born or of Irish descent, and we seek to foster the Australian Irish heritage through Tinteán and its articles. Tinteán would not be the success it is today …
I suppose Nanny Hanley sticks out in our memories more because of her photography.
Dylan Coburn Gray knows youth culture, but that does not exclude him from the culture of older generations…
I once astounded my mostly Australian-born family by using the phrase ‘put it on the long finger’ to suggest postponing something.
There was a time when thoughts
were clear and led to productive
A film festival, a feast of family, a Joyce-themed concert, an Irish language school, and a paper on the history of religion….
A new CD from Irish-born Martin Doherty, which sings of random acts of kindness, cameliers of the Australian desert, and disposable factory workers.
Behind the Scenes at Bloomsday Love’s Old Sweet Songs – an Irish variety concert – music from the James Joyce Songbook signals the final trumpet-blast of a suite of events held in Melbourne to celebrate the centenary of publication of Ulysses, Joyce’s Annus Mirabilis. First, there was the now-streamable feature film, Love’s Bitter Mystery, on …
Contemporary Irish fiction, mainly by and for women. And Adrian McKinty’s latest.
Irish Bostonian writer on crime figures.