After just going through the difficult process herself, Jo Kerrigan traces a book’s journey from pub idea to publication.Read article
A revamped church in St Lukes is hosting Cork’s answer to Other Voices. Don O’Mahony spoke to the organisers.
Hard graft and a realistic outlook on the music business have helped keep Kodaline on an upward trajectory, writes Ed PowerRead article
His love of Cork audiences will see comedian Neil Delamere record his upcoming live DVD at the city’s Everyman theatre, writes Richard FitzpatrickRead article
Sharknado actress TARA REID is such great friends with pop duo JEDWARD that the Irish twins have introduced her to their granny.Read article
We welcome her into our homes every weekday afternoon courtesy of RTÉ’s Today show. But what’s Maura Derrane really like? Vickie Maye reports.
It’s ran in the West End, Broadway, and even Korea. As the award-winning Once opens in Dublin, John Meagher takes a look behind the scenes — and chats to Glen Hansard about seeing his real-life relationship on stage.Read article
Inside Out *****
You’re Ugly Too ***
The Legend of Barney Thompson ***
REUNION tells the story of Hans Schwarz, a lonely Jewish boy, and the friendship he forms with an equally lonely new arrival at their exclusive Stuttgart high school, Konradin von Hohenfels.Read article
IF the name Sarah Winman rings a bell, it will be because of her phenomenally successful debut, When God Was A Rabbit, published in 2010.Read article
SAUL BLACK’S serial killer yarn is plotted with the precision of a Swiss watch and ticks along until its explosive finale.Read article
SARA is 28 and works in a bookshop in Sweden.Read article
WHEN twins Morwenna and Corwin Venton were 18, their father John fell off a Devon cliff while stumbling home from the pub.Read article
KATE CLANCHY won the BBC National Short Story award for the title story of her debut collection, and it typifies the themes that run through these other 15 stories.Read article