Carol Taaffe

  • Its form and buttons (No. 36)
    Ireland’s new blasphemy law – and its archaic constitution [essay]
  • Flann O’Brien at 100 (No. 44)
    Writers reflect on a genius unfulfilled
  • Reading in the Duke’s ballroom (No. 49)
    A library and an Irish town [essay]
  • The strange career of Charles Lahr (No. 55)
    An anarchist bookseller in London [essay]
  • Walt Disney and the little people (No. 61)
    On the rise of the leprechaun [essay]