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There’s Art- Mahon Mccann

For broken hearts Crumpled Like tissues on the kitchen table: There’s art. For the hand you held Wrapped Around your neck: There’s art. For small-backs Pressed against hard walls: There’s art. For young-tears Shed on the landing stairs: There’s art. For the day When up became down: There’s art. For all the kids Struggling To… Continue reading There’s Art- Mahon Mccann

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Cash Machine- Frances Browner

She dashes across the Clonkeen Road Head bent for the Bank Rummaging in her bag for an ATM card A man strides over from her left Long legs strong and determined Denim jeans faded grey, wispy hair white, face lined, ashen Somewhere in her muddled brain She registers a shaggy dog, black, Peering over the… Continue reading Cash Machine- Frances Browner

BETWEEN FACTS AND NORMIES – Interview With Angela Nagle

PART TWO Krishna Srikumar In 1999, Lisa Gabriele directed a short film on Vice‘s historic relocation to New York. Since its founding five years earlier by Canadians Gavin McInnes, Suroosh Alvi, and Shane Smith, the independent magazine, described as “the new generation’s Rolling Stone” and “the most popular streetwear mag in North America” by Smith,… Continue reading BETWEEN FACTS AND NORMIES – Interview With Angela Nagle

BETWEEN FACTS AND NORMIES – Interview With Angela Nagle

PART ONE Krishna Srikumar August 2016. A man sits in front of a webcam, in a room with walls adorned with sheets of paper containing what look suspiciously like exam notes: he wears round, horn-rimmed glasses, and an acuminate dark blue beanie, and scraggly, brown facial hair contours the splotches of tango pink on his… Continue reading BETWEEN FACTS AND NORMIES – Interview With Angela Nagle