Dublin Review 56

In her breathtaking essay ‘What It’s Like’, Maggie Russell writes about an encounter in Uganda with a Somali refugee, a teenaged girl shunned by her community. Also in the new issue, Nick Holdstock hilariously recounts a work trip to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan – and the three OkCupid-arranged dates he went on while there; John Butler writes movingly about a visit from his elderly and frail aunt; and a brilliant long story by Andrew Fox, ‘Are You Still There?’ paints a portrait of a relationship that is all wrong and yet strangely right. Plus short fiction by Sara Baume, Joshua Burns, Gwen Burnyeat, Rob Doyle, Darragh McCausland and K.J.Orr.

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