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 …
So they locked hands and fled into the depths of night, seeking to put quick distance between them and any who might try to follow, defying the dead weight of the past and the scourge of present anger, with a light drizzle perhaps freshening the route and the light of the moon gleaming in the puddles as they left the familiar night sounds of home, the heavy movement of the cow and calf, the restlessness of sheep.
Joe Devlin’s tour of country Queensland in 1906 followed hard on the heels of Redmond’s earlier lucrative one, advocating Home rule.
Is cuid lárnach de chultúr na nGael í traidisiún na hoilithreachta.
Our First Day in Ireland & the day the IRA have declared a ceasefire – to take place at midnight tonight.
Tour guiding is a weird way to make a living – telling lies to visitors. If anyone had told me five years ago I’d be doing this, I would have said go back into the bar.
With Irish people starting to think about moving home and plenty more thinking about moving here for work, we thought we’d give them a little nudge along…
The Welsh experiment in nationalist utopianism….
A FEATURE by Frances Devlin-Glass Two years ago just before Easter, I was preparing a paper on Joseph Furphy’s articles for the Bulletin for a very special mobile conference to ‘God’s Own Riverina’ (Furphy’s euphoric name for the area between the Murray and the Lachlan Rivers where he was running bullock teams to remote stations, just …
Joe is not only ‘mine host’ at Creedon’s, but also the pub’s chef, an able story-teller and willing singer and his artwork hangs in the pub’s lounge.