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New Story Published in Jupiter Magazine

Delighted to see the latest issue of Jupiter magazine drop through my letterbox, which features a story written by myself and David Conyers called ‘Expectant Green’. Following the untimely death of her mother, teenager Francesca Leyton is shipped off to a remote planet and into the care of a father who can barely remember her … Continue reading

Book Review: You by Nuala Ní Chonchúir

At first glance the prospect of reading a novel written entirely in the second person and mostly in the present tense might prove daunting to many, but it is a testament to Nuala Ní Chonchúir’s skill as a writer that the story fairly clips along. Told from the point of view of a ten year … Continue reading

Submitting Your Work: Start at the Top

It’s a commonly accepted concept that writers starting out begin by submitting stories to lesser known publications and, as they build a profile for themselves, work their way up over time to more prestigious venues for fiction, the idea being that all the while they are honing their craft and becoming better writers. And on … Continue reading