Writers Chat 41: Philip Ó Ceallaigh on “Trouble” (Stinging Fly: Dublin, 2021)

You’re very welcome to my Writers Chat series. We’re going to chat about Trouble (Stinging Fly: Dublin, 2021), your new short story collection which, in John Banville’s words, shows you as “a wonderful writer…a master in full control of his material.” I have to agree – the prose is tight and illuminating, the stories gritty … Continue reading Writers Chat 41: Philip Ó Ceallaigh on “Trouble” (Stinging Fly: Dublin, 2021)

The Reading Life reviews short story “Sybil’s Dress”

Mel Ulm's blog about books, literature and writers The Reading Life, rightly declares itself "a multicultural book blog, committed to Literary Globalism". It often provides insight into short fiction from around the world. In one of his recent blog posts he reviews my short story "Sybil's Dress", published this Spring in The Cabinet of Heed (Issue 19).  Mel kindly … Continue reading The Reading Life reviews short story “Sybil’s Dress”

“Sybil’s Dress” New Fiction in The Cabinet Of Heed Literary Journal

I'm delighted to have one of my new short fiction pieces appear in Issue Nineteen of The Cabinet of Heed Literary Journal curated by Simon Webster. "Sybil's Dress" is inspired by a Sybil Connolly dress that I saw on exhibition at Collins Barracks a few years ago. You can read the story here.  While you're going through … Continue reading “Sybil’s Dress” New Fiction in The Cabinet Of Heed Literary Journal