Last week, I mentioned my brother, aka Somatic Sibling, was over on his annual Dublin stopover. His work takes him across the world but once a year(...)

(...). Róisín will be signing copies of her new book ‘Public Displays of Emotion’ at Dubray Books on Grafton(...)

Thank you everyone in the last week who has taken the time to support and talk about the women in this country who for so long have been denied the right to choose and to be part of that conversation

If you will excuse me, this week I am going to write one of those list-based articles. Listicles, some people call them. There is this notion that (...)

Photograph: Marc O'Sullivan

(...) ‘I can’t speak for anyone else. But for me. This was the right thing to do’– Róisín Ingle, in an(...)

I can’t say I’m not jealous of everyone reading this in a field in Stradbally, Co Laois, deciding whether to have noodles or a gourmet bap for(...)

To be honest with you, I feel extremely disinclined to provide an update on my holiday, but a vague deal with readers is still (vaguely) a deal. To re(...)

(...) each writer taking a different mode of transport. Róisín Ingle completed the first leg, cycling from(...)

At the Witnness Festival in Fairyhouse racecourse, Co Meath in 2000, ‘festival virgins spent their time sampling every delight possible’

(...) in Fairyhouse racecourse, and Róisín Ingle was there to bear, well, Witnness. Fairyhouse had never(...)

‘The past beats inside me like a second heart.” I come across this quote when searching online for the sea. The quote comes from The Sea by John Banvi(...)

Craving a wee holiday before our actual holiday (six days to go, not that I’m counting) we hightailed it to Portadown for the weekend. This particu(...)