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aifric campbell
Writer: ON THE FLOOR, Orange Prize long list 2012. Former MD at Morgan Stanley. Teaches at Imperial College. Forthcoming THE DRIVE is on love in the age of tech
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aifric campbell Jun 24
Next treat on my reading pile winner from another new London indie
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aifric campbell Jun 24
This week's seduction comes to an end. Miss the coyotes already but they led me to backlist! Congrats new indie
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aifric campbell Jun 24
Peace or oppression? What our vision of the future says about us via
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aifric campbell Jun 22
Love,many splendoured & authentically miserable last nite. What's with London theatregoers lately who check FB during a play??
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aifric campbell Jun 21
Timely Lessons in leadership from the poets - this brilliant piece from Martin Dyar is required reading
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aifric campbell Jun 18
Coyotes just landed in Brexitland. Anything could happen now ...
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aifric campbell Jun 18
3 strangers in cafe admire coyotes. All agree my bag =perfect backdrop. THanks Eileen! Good job
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aifric campbell Jun 18
"A nation that allows a Grenfell Tower to happen has lost the sense of shame without which there is no genuine national pride."
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aifric campbell Jun 17
On doomed love & the DUP - this is a must read for everyone in the U.K.
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Guernica Magazine Jun 16
Good morning. Amazon is buying Whole Foods. Anyway, here's some poetry.
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aifric campbell Jun 16
"It feels strange to be celebrating Bloomsday without the living presence of Anthony Cronin."
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Irish Times Abroad Jun 16
: James Joyce, the emigrant who left Dublin in body but not in mind
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Writers' Week Jun 16
'To learn one must be humble. But life is the great teacher.' James Joyce, Ulysses. Enjoy 2017.
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Jonny Geller Jun 16
My annual joke - James Joyce walks into a bar. "Why the long phrase?" asks the barman.
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Iseult O'Brien Jun 15
A miss Dubedat lived in Killiney,
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Martin Doyle Jun 15
A father, Stephen said, battling against hopelessness, is a necessary evil. Ulysses
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aifric campbell Jun 15
This one is for you . Deerpark at 21:05🇮🇪
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aifric campbell Jun 15
library picture of Dublin stag night courtesy
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aifric campbell Jun 15
“and quite frankly having a weekend shared with stag nights is not my idea of a good time." He's definitely not coming back is he🇮🇪
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aifric campbell Jun 15
“At the airport, what am I met with? James Joyce and Beckett , in terms of advertising. Come on. Where is the contemporary stuff?"
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