Tuesday July 14, 2020

Wry, wonderful and downright weird

Rob Doyle casts his net far and wide in his anthology of experimental Irish literature – no writer is too out there, no writing too difficult to include

9th December, 2018

Anthology: The Other Irish Tradition, Edited by Rob Doyle , Dalkey Archive Press, €16.65

An anthology of experimental Irish literature, The Other Irish Tradition sees Dublin author Rob Doyle gathering together some of the wry, wonderful and downright weird writings of the inhabitants of our island over the last 289 years, from the biting satire of Swift, through the existential hilarity of Joyce and onto more recent exponents of the darker side of Irish writing.

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