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Impermanence - Essays

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ISBN: 9781838108199
AuthorHegarty, Neil
Pub Date01/07/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages188
CountryGBR
Dewey824.92
Publisher: No Alibis Press
Quick overview “Impermanence” is a new publication of 12 essays by writers from or living in Northern Ireland.
€11.33

Written against the backdrop of Brexit, the Covid pandemic, the burning of Notre Dame, and the centenary of the partition of Ireland, the writing included here on the theme of impermanence both raises and answers a wide variety of questions and will be engaging reading for anyone with an interest in the state of Irish writing today.

Essays by

Jan Carson, Susannah Dickey, Carlo Gébler, Neil Hegarty, Nandi Jola, Gail McConnell, Brian McGilloway, Susan McKay, Henrietta McKervey, Maria McManus, Paul McVeigh and Kerri ní Dochartaigh.

Commissioned by the CCI and published by No Alibis Press with the support of ACNI, BCNI, Culture Ireland and DFA.

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Product description

Written against the backdrop of Brexit, the Covid pandemic, the burning of Notre Dame, and the centenary of the partition of Ireland, the writing included here on the theme of impermanence both raises and answers a wide variety of questions and will be engaging reading for anyone with an interest in the state of Irish writing today.

Essays by

Jan Carson, Susannah Dickey, Carlo Gébler, Neil Hegarty, Nandi Jola, Gail McConnell, Brian McGilloway, Susan McKay, Henrietta McKervey, Maria McManus, Paul McVeigh and Kerri ní Dochartaigh.

Commissioned by the CCI and published by No Alibis Press with the support of ACNI, BCNI, Culture Ireland and DFA.

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