Autumn 2009

Robert Cremins  My life in Irish

‘… in the few words of my native tongue that are upon me …’ [short story]

Adrian Frazier  A single beautiful poison pill

The first debate over Yeats’s most disturbing play [essay]

Carlo Gébler  Sweet Gene

An addict and his prisons [short story]

Selina Guinness  The universal soldier

Eduardo Rósza-Flores, Michael Dwyer and the mysterious killings in Bolivia [reportage]

Aiden O’Reilly  These men, I think they are not bad men

Irish businessmen in Germany, in search of a deal [short story]

Denis Sampson  Chinese lessons

A mysterious tour of China in 1988 [memoir]

Carol Taaffe  Its form and buttons

Ireland’s new blasphemy law – and its archaic constitution [essay]

Eibhear Walshe  No abiding city

Elizabeth Bowen at loose ends [essay]

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