The unravelling of Irish exceptionalism: It’s time Ireland finally owns up to its racism
Ireland has long held the belief that it is the exception rather than the rule when it comes to racism. Recent events have shown just how wrong we are.
My first Christmas alone: lessons in solitude
My relationship with solitude was indeterminate. Christmas Day alone, I figured, would be a good test.
My grandad taught me to appreciate a smaller world
Our world may have gotten smaller, but you should see it an invitation to look more closely.
Life under lockdown: my affinity towards darker genres is harder to accommodate
I have found myself gravitating towards uplifting and over-produced pop classics reminiscent of more innocent periods of my life.
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