Louise O Neill

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 UCD “slutwalk”: sexual consent can never be implied by a person’s clothing. Photograph: Gráinne Loughran

Like most students at UCD, Darragh Miller contributes to the daily hive of smartphone activity on campus. There are dozens of helpful Facebook groups(...)

The scene  of the fatal shooting of of Eddie Hutch Snr,  in his home on Poplar Row in  Dublin’s north inner city. Photograph:  Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Faced with the prospect of squabbling politicians clogging the airwaves for the rest of the month, one might think that any distraction from the elec(...)

Dublin nail salon Tropical Popical, which gained global recognition thanks to Oscar-nominated actress Saoirse Ronan

‘We wanted more than nails. We wanted to have the craic agus ruaille buaille too. So we went out of our way to find some outrageously talented nail a(...)

Maeve Higgins gets into the Christmas spirit on this week’s epsiode of The Women’s Podcast. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

In this week’s episode of The Women’s Podcast, seven talented Irish writers read offer their festive reflections. Novelist Anne Enright read an excer(...)

Front: writer and comedian Tara Flynn with students Kim Cadogan from Phisboro, and Laura Hardiman from Ballymun. Back: NWCI director Orla O’Connor and author Louise O’Neil. Photograph:  Colm Mahady / Fennells

‘Be a fabulous, fierce feminist,” shouts veteran feminist and academic Ailbhe Smyth, to the audience of young Irish women gathered in Croke Park earl(...)

Anne Enright: the inaugural Laureate for Irish Fiction, has previously won the Novel of the Year award in 2008 for The Gathering, which also won the Man Booker Prize

The Green Road by Anne Enright, a family saga that spans 25 years and three continents, has been chosen as the Eason Book Club Novel of the Year at(...)

In a combination of fan appreciation and “mindful” colouring books, a giant Harry Potter illustration wall went from bare to beautiful over the course of the weekend

Recent Nielsen Book figures indicate that – in the United States, at any rate – 80 per cent of all Young Adult (YA) books are purchased by adults. (...)

Author Louise O’Neill is one of the key writers driving this new wave of issue-centred books. Photograph: Clare Keogh

Some of the best-known figures of the literary world will gather this weekend at Smock Alley Theatre, in Dublin, for DeptCon1, a conference that ce(...)

The cover of Louise O’Neill’s debut novel Only Ever Yours was redesigned, right, for the adult market.  “While we publishers and retailers patiently put books in categories,” says her editor Niamh Mulvey, “they frequently burst out of these and disobey our tidy meta-data to find all kinds of unlikely audiences”

Since we published Only Ever Yours in July 2014, I have frequently been asked variations of the same question as to the intended audience of Louise O’(...)

Asking For It by Louise O’Neill: a novel that tackles the complex topic of sexual consent.

A campus-wide campaign to highlight the issue of sexual assault among students is to be launched by the UCD students’ union. The Not Asking For It cam(...)

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