Anais Mitchell, her songs, her lyrics, are never given their due. Here’s why I love her, and you should too. … More Why I Love Anais Mitchell
Good question. Where will you go for dinner in Dublin? Here’s 5 ideas to get your tummies thinking. And a few more for good measure… … More Where Will I Go for Dinner in Dublin
but nothing’s wrong with you
for knowing it… … More Poetry Corner: Even If You Can’t
Review of Ailbhe Reddy’s EP launch in Odessa in Dublin … More Review: Ailbhe Reddy EP Launch: Hollowed Out Sea: Odessa
My short story ‘How to Float’ was nominated for the Hennessy New Irish Writing Award and published in the Irish Times on the 28th November. Link here: http://tinyurl.com/nrcf9d2
Selections have been made for the European Cross Country Championships, following Sunday’s National Inter Clubs Cross Country in Santry. This year’s women’s race was one of the most competitive in years with international talent spread right across the top twenty finishers. Double European Champion Fionnuala McCormack (née Britton) shone on the day, opening up an … More Athletes Selected for European Cross Country
Article I wrote for The Irish Runner on club running, cross country, grass-roots sport and legacy: Running For Your Clubs … Counts!
Steve Jobs. An eponymous title for a film that fits the brief more aptly than we might have assumed. This is a film about Steve Jobs the man. It explores the question of whether there is a man under the famed persona, and (if so) what kind of man that is. Jobs’ relationship with his … More Review: Steve Jobs
An ARD documentary outing systemic doping in Russia, a WADA report to back it up, a BBC documentary investigating micro-dosing. Just what is going on in the world of athletics? … More Doping Culture: What’s really going on in athletics?
Cross Country is a beautiful sport, too often forgotten about. Here I write about the Irish Cross Country scene, the recent Dublin Championships and a touching piece by Jolyon Attwooll. … More Cross Country: A Unique and Unusual Monster