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Part lecture series, part short story collection, Tramp Press once again backs authors defying and subverting form with this academic but accessible read.
John Kirkaldy recommends On Dangerous Ground as a moving and vivid memoir.
"A timely and crucial novel"—Riley Earle on The New Girl, by Sinéad Moriarty.
Comrades by Rosita Boland is a warm celebrations of friendship.
Dinner Party is a strong, serious novel often leavened by warmth and good humour—Niall McArdle on Sarah Gilmartin's debut.
Eoghan Smith examines Checkout 19, the astonishing new work by Claire-Louise Bennett.
Susan McKeever reviews The Butcher, by Ruth Gilligan, which won the RSL Ondaatje Prize earlier this year.
Eoghan Smith takes a deep dive into Fallen— a novel with the flint of hard truth, ruled by a dark supremacy
What Willow Says, the second novel by writer and artist Lynn Buckle, is a contemplative and lyrical exploration of the intersections of language, nature, love and grief.
Review of A Shock by Keith Ridgway (Picador). This is a masterfully crafted, highly intriguing novel that delivers the shock of its title.
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