Shooting Sounds

Words By Jill Woodnutt While a musician’s songs are our primary gateway into their world, it’s often an image that captures their essence and imprints it on our minds for years to come.  As a country steeped in both musical and artistic history, it should come as no surprise that Ireland has produced a host…

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Inside the Artist’s Studio

Words by Emily Carson Photography by Killian Broderick Studios are intimate places. An enclave where the imagination runs amok, creativity cross-pollinates and the half-formed kernels of ideas lie germinating.    Surroundings greatly influence the type of work an artist makes, and due to the recent housing crisis, the ability to self-determine this space has been…

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50 years of The Third Policeman

Original artwork by Armando Veve Flann O’Brien wrote The Third Policeman in 1939, straight after the publication and success of At Swim-Two Birds. However, O’Brien initially failed to find a publisher for the strange and dark comic tale and the manuscript wallowed in a drawer until it finally found a home at the Dalkey Archive…

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TGP Guide to Dublin

   Words by Emily Carson & Rosie Gogan-Keogh Photography by George Voronov & venues own In the first of our series of city guides around the world, we take a tour of where to sleep, eat, drink and visit in our own hometown.   Dublin has weathered a storm over the past 10 years. We…

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