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June Caldwell
NUALA O'FAOLAIN 2020; LITTLE TOWN MOONE (novel) ; ROOM LITTLE DARKER (stories) /. Rep'd
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The Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award 7h
"I drew on my own experience of being helped out of misery and loneliness after a really torrid romantic breakup by a strange kind of sincerely loving non-love affair. It’s about the triumph of eccentric hope over pessimism and casual cruelty"
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June Caldwell 2h
The best endorsement coming from a kid. Fair play !
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oneflawediris 2h
Milo has loved working with so much over lockdown. It’s going to be one of our fondest memories of this time. She’s the best collaborator and as Milo says very fun, very cool, super talented. Check out @JansPostcardStpries on Instagram to see the full comic!
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Susan Tomaselli 12h
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June Caldwell 7h
These sound great, would love to read them, must buy soon.
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June Caldwell 9h
Amazing! Congrats to Niamh, what a year it is for her.
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June Caldwell 11h
Replying to @heawood
I think you need to dream bigger Sophie, dream better, like this former Turkish bath house in the same location, complete with creepy clown bowling alley in the sitting room (WHO lives like this!?):
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Marrowbone Books Jul 1
We published a book! 'The Globe and Scales' is a collection of original writing from some of our favourites (Dermot Bolger, Emer Martin, Louise Nealon, Alicia Byrne Keane, Mia Gallagher, June Caldwell, and many more). Available online or in the shop:
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June Caldwell Jul 1
Replying to @BarbaraByar
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June Caldwell Jul 1
Hurrrahhhh Eleanor! Well done, and deserved. 🍹
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Rick O'Shea Jul 1
I have a new favourite guest on 😎 The incredible winner talks about Girl, Woman, Other, how readers are embracing writers of colour and makes some knockout book recommendations. Episode 33:
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June Caldwell Jul 1
Replying to @junecaldwell
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June Caldwell Jul 1
Dem lovely folks are opening on Fridays (12am-7pm) and Saturdays (10am-7pm) *only* for the next while as they see how everything goes covid-wise. Their new is available to buy here:
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June Caldwell Jul 1
A guide to the plangent lineaments of love
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Ian Critchley Jul 1
So good to have a copy of this from the wonderful - 44 short stories in aid of several homelessness charities including , and . Can't wait to read.
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W&N Jul 1
.'s debut is a sharp & sublime literary novel that follows the story of Alannah, a young woman who reflects on the bliss & turmoils of her life. 'Profoundly atmospheric' and 'wry as f*ck', is a must-have for your bookshelf:
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Wendy Erskine Jul 1
I’ve worked as a secondary teacher for almost 30 yrs and have rarely heard anyone as good as this on what it means to do that job. Thanks
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Chris Power Jul 1
I wrote this thread last month to commemorate Denis Johnson’s death, but he might have been turning 71 today, everything’s a mess, and his writing is so good and powerful that I wanted to post it again.
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June Caldwell Jul 1
This is so sad. RIP.
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Doire Press Jul 1
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