Book review: Second collection of stories from Derry author is peppered with wit – and strangeness
Book review: Kevin Power writes with admirable breeziness on writers and writing, the state of literary criticism and more
Author and translator discuss The Art of Losing, a novel about Algeria and France
Belfast writer has set his ninth novel, Spies in Canaan, during the Vietnam war
A diverting curio that can carry us back to a modern classic
Writer on latest novel The Candy House, book promotion and the aesthetics of gaming
Barry’s lectures cover writing, theatre and family while Walsh reflects on life as an editor
Berlin-based writer on pursuing obsessions and his novel about a Russian geometer
John Self reckons The Art of Falling and The Art of Losing are the pick of a strong shortlist
Plus: Which Irish writer contributed to the scandalous musical revue Oh! Calcutta!?
‘How do you recover from something you’ve no business recovering from?
Book review: Ilan Stavans attempts to examine a huge topic in less than 200 pages
The Belfast-based writer’s new collection, Dance Move, is packed with life and colour
The US author on his new Covid novel, and where he’ll flee to when Trump returns
Jan Carson on her latest book, The Raptures, which she wrote in a cafe in east Belfast