Contributor Nuala Ní Chonchúir’s new, lovingly-crafted chapbook of flash fictions is a must-read! Of Dublin and Other Fictions includes “Jesus of Dublin” first published in our Irish issue, Volume 33.2-3, which received a special mention from The Best American Series.
“Nuala Ní Chonchúir does sacred and profane, male and female, love, sex and war, body and mind, the Irish, the human and the non-human, better than almost any other writer I know. Her language is part poetry, part bawdyhouse; her short short stories will leave you gasping and reeling. She surely is an adjective by now: NíChonchúiresque, an original, unique.” Tania Hershman, author of My Mother Was An Upright Piano: Fictions (Tangent, 2012)
A lively touting by contributing editor Gregg Murray:
A Story Concerning Nuala Ní Chonhúir’s Of Dublin and Other Fictions
So I’m sharing a cab with this impecunious muzzle who says he’s a writer. Oh, and…
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