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    Read Mountain Woman and The Well, two rugged, sensual poems, by Donegal's Cathal Ó Searcaigh.
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    Exciting new work is appearing in Scottish Gaelic. Transcript investigates The Ùr-Sgeul Series.
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    Alan Titley is one of Ireland's most versatile and talented writers. Enjoy his delicious Fable of the Ear.
  • The Night Before We Sailed
    Aongus Peter Campbell's An Oidhche Mus do Sheol Sinn is a powerful saga of Gaelic life. Read a review here.
  • Celibacy and the Catholic Church
    Crisis looms for Tom Connor, a rural priest prey to sexual desire, in Pádraig Standún's Súil le Breith.
  • An t-Aonaran by Iain Crichton-Smith
    Iain Crichton-Smith's novella An t-Aonaran is a brilliant study of alienation and community on a small Gaelic-speaking island in the Hebrides.

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