Three poems by MA in Writing Student, Tony Gapper. — Stand Tall Camden Plaza The Camden Plaza during its latter decades produced such acquired-taste allure: Foreign sub-titled films and occasional general release. Mock-tudor foyer, lavish cinematic furnishings, London’s art-house finest. With the faded word Plaza embossed on its Terrazzo-mosaic patterned entrance floor. It propped up […]
The Halloween air was tender. Tracy and her Jock had decided to camp for the night.
Sin Poetry Competition Calling all poets on campus – SIN needs you! It’s time for the annual SIN poetry Competition. This year’s judge is the Galway-based poet and writer, Fred Johnston. A founder of Cúirt literature festival and the Forge Festival at Gort, which takes place next month. Fred Johnston also runs Galway’s Western […]
I was reminded of February 2013 during a late day in February 2014. Back then I was researching in the James Hardiman Library for a paper I chose to compose on the writer André Gide. I was being a silly creative writing first-year who worked on a subject that was a little outside of his grasp, but […]