Irish authors Sinéad Gleeson and Sarah Davis-Goff have a pair of excellent books coming our way in the next couple of months. Gleeson’s Constellations is a collection of essays about her life in her body and is out in early April. Davis-Goff’s Last Ones Left Alive is set in a post-apocalyptic Ireland and due out in early March.
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