Selina Guinness

  • ‘Gyres and cubes and midnight things’ (No. 9)
    Georgie Hyde Lees, wife of W.B. Yeats and quintessential modernist. [review-essay]
  • These derelict fields (No. 19)
    As she inherits a farm, the author grapples with the EU’s new agriculture policies and reflects on what they might mean for rural Ireland [essay]
  • The universal soldier (No. 36)
    Eduardo Rósza-Flores, Michael Dwyer and the mysterious killings in Bolivia [reportage]
  • What’s wrong with me? (No. 50)
    Writers confess their literary dysfunctions
  • Ireland’s English question (No. 77)
    On England and its influences in the shadow of Brexit [essays]