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BEST BOOKS: Emily Harrison’s Best Books Read in 2018

We asked Emily Harrison one of our STORGY Reviewers what her best books of 2018 were and below are her findings… 2018 has been a year full of words – I’ve started [finally] writing and submitting my work, but I’ve also started reading more [which is odd considering I did an English degree for three

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BOOK REVIEW: Follow Me To Ground by Sue Rainsford

It seems cliché to say – or perhaps redundant to note, but there truly is a magic to magical realism. A genre that teaches us as much as it turns tales of fantasy and fiction. ‘Follow Me to Ground’ by Sue Rainsford is a short novel of such proportions. Bound in imagination and riveting from

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BOOK REVIEW: Wild Quiet By Roisin O’Donnell

  From the current powerhouse of Irish fiction New Island Books comes the arrestingly brilliant ‘Wild Quiet’ written by the supremely talented Roisin O’Donnell who blows up the competition with her debut anthology; where every story is wonderfully crafted and delicately executed making ‘Wild Quiet’ a ride you’ll never want to forget. If your standing

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INTERVIEW: Oisín Fagan

Oisín Fagan is from Moynalvey, Meath. His novella, The Hierophants, won the inaugural Penny Dreadful Novella award in June, 2016. His story collection, Hostages, was published by New Island in September, 2016. He has had stories published in the Anthology, Young Irelanders, and The Stinging Fly. Tell us a little about your background (where you

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