The online shaming of Anthony Bourdain’s partner following the food author and TV presenter’s suicide is a grim reminder that we are living in the age of the Wild West internet
A leading Irish actor and writer has launched a broadside against the government, accusing them o...
Part of a new generation of writers and poets catching the imagination through the medium of Instagram, Daley-Ward has now produced a grippingly honest memoir that chronicles her troubled past, writes Nadine O’Regan
Louise O’Neill’s workrate is spectacular. The Cork-born author has just published two new novels, and a theatrical adaptation of Asking For It, the book that made her name, is on the way. Nadine O’Regan asks her how she does it
When Viv Albertine, ex-guitarist with feminist punk band the Slits, re-emerged as a memoirist four years ago, her first book Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys was a raucous, laceratingly honest accounting of adulthood, motherhood, marriage and the female artistic self. Her new book, To Throw Away Unopened, is a far darker proposition, just as honest, but going places most of us would rather not go, writes Nadine O’Regan