Ireland’s premium burger revolution has taken hold, and we’re constantly on the hunt for the perfect meat-filled bun. Sublime? Ridiculous? Róisín Kiberd digs into the very juicy business of the Irish burger
Clemantine Wamariya knows what people expect from refugee narratives but, in The Girl Who Smiled Beads, she tells her story of near-impossible survival on her own terms
FICTION: Grace After Henry, By Eithne Shortall, Corvus, €16.45 Eithne Shortall’s Grace After ...
A compact volume of 186 pages, The Cost of Living spills over with ideas, observation and interrogation
The Language of Kindness puts other memoirs to shame, by narrating an ordinary working life which nevertheless confronts the dark, the sublime and transcendental
Unflinchingly dark, yet occasionally hopeful, The Break ultimately affirms the power of love
British-Irish novelist Kit de Waal's novel tells the story of Mona MacNaughton, an Irish immigrant who has made her home in Birmingham as a dollmaker
A first-time author, who has written for the Times, the Daily Telegraph and the Spectator, among others, Laura Freeman has framed her debut as a story of how reading about food helped her conquer her fear of eating in real life