Books

For nearly four decades, New York has been celebrating Bloomsday on Broadway, originally created by Isaiah Sheffer, who loved the writings of James Joyce. Now...

Alice Farrell says It was yet another wonderful evening of collaboration put together by the innovative folks at the IAC, with  musicians Jenna...

John Cooper visits a new bar called Dorian Gray, quaffs the namesake brew, and names the literary figures on the walls.

Los Angeles Times columnist Jack Smith once described Breslin's writing style as being "like an Irish wind that has blown through Queens and Harlem and...

Trump read an Irish proverb he's "heard for years." Who trolled him into reading a Nigerian poem?

“What Whistle Would You Play at Your Mother’s Funeral?” is a far-ranging tour guide of the many unusual places scholar/performer L.E. McCullough has...

L.E. McCullough, who writes for this 'zine, lets us know about a new book of Interfaith Prayers that he co-edited with the Rev. Elizabeth Bansavage, and a...

Erin Roll reviews "Irish Pubs in America," Robert Meyers and Ron Wallace's crawl through a selection of fifty Irish pubs around the United States.

Matthew Orel finds "Born to Run: The Story of Johnny 99" a colorful story of a runaway car, but wishes it were more.

Gwen Orel talks to Belinda McKeon about the short story collection "A Kind of Compass," featuring stories from 17 different writers; Alice Farrell talks to...

Erin Roll finds Anne Enright's "The Green Road" powerful, almost Tolstoy-esque.

Gwen Orel talks to Conor Lovett about Gare St. Lazare's "Waiting for Godot," and Alice Farrell talks to Mike Farragher about "A Devilish Pint." Tune from Iona...

Three contributors to New York Irish Arts read from their work and from the work of famous writers!

Sailing the sea is perilous, in Ireland or in Philadelphia. John Kearns shares his short story "Tulip Street," set in Philadelphia.