2022 One Dublin One Book: “Nora” by Nuala O’Connor

“Every year we choose a book that we hope will capture the imaginations of the people of Dublin, of all ages and walks of life, and I know that Nora will prove a rewarding reading experience for all who engage with One Dublin One Book 2022. For the centenary of the publication of Ulysses, it’s important for us to honour the contemporary writers Joyce has inspired, as well as the woman who inspired him. We look forward to working with Nuala O’Connor to create a programme of events next April that we hope will encourage many discussions and conversations.”

Dublin City Librarian, Mairead Owens

Southernmost Point Guest House

This is an anthology of poetry from the same publisher as New Short Stories. Poetry and short stories, like horses and goats, make good companions.

The collection brings together poetry by writers currently living in America, Britain, Ireland, Italy and New Zealand. They have little in common other than finding themselves here, in this book, and in the early part of the 21st century, with something to say.

You can preview the list of contents here.

Contributors: Raewyn Alexander, Alex Barr, Lynn Blackadder, Sean Brijbasi, Susan Campbell, David Cooke, Tim Craven, Mikey Delgado, Vanessa Gebbie, Kim Göransson, James Browning Kepple, Charles Lambert, Laura Lee, Andrew Mayne, Geraldine Mills, Stephen Moran, Nuala Ní Chonchúir, Richard Peabody, Lynsey Rose, Judi Sutherland, Lee Webber. The title is taken from a poem by Alex Barr.

Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 4

Contents

  • Wena Poon – The Architects
  • Toby Litt – Veronika and Roger-Roger
  • Julia Goubert – In the Land of Flies
  • Willie Davis – Emily Strabnow’s Freckles
  • Nuala Ní Chonchúir – Letters
  • Kevin Spaide – Monkey Hat
  • Carys Davies – Precious
  • Jonathan Attrill – Love and Longing in the Marvellous City
  • Peggy Riley – Pearl
  • Tom Vowler – Busy. Come. Wait.
  • Paul McGuire – Hope Street
  • Jo Cannon – Shutters
  • Jarred McGinnis – Learning Stick
  • Henrietta Rose-Innes – Falling

Fourteen of the best short stories of the year 2010 from brilliant new and award-winning authors, seven by men and seven by women. The stories are set in Australia, Ireland, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, UK, US and more.

Contributors (2010)

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