“Fans of contemporary weird fiction and new Gothic will find it a worthwhile read, if a rare and expensive one,” writes Dave Lordan.
By “Dublin’s leading brothel keeper at the end of the 1700s”, this “is a hugely recommended book which will expand anyone’s sense of the Irish past and of our literary heritage”.
Dave Lordan staggers into Gatsby’s “niteclub” in search of a girl, and straight into an encounter with hell, in the sweaty and heart-thumping finale of this six-part podcast memoir.
In this episode, you’ll hear Richie’s story. About picking mushies with him over Inchydoney Bay in 1993, about how he spent a summer on building sites in London, about how he later ended up in prison, and about how he died.
In this episode you’ll hear about how a bully gave The Orange his nickname, and how he embraced it at university, when he was warrior-tall, with a ginger crown and a love of mushrooms. And you’ll learn how the music ended for him.
In this episode you’ll hear about faeries, the Virgin Mary’s appearance in Inchydoney, “wrecking”, how Dan McCarthy had tresses and a goatee that made him look like a pirate or a musketeer, and how he died.
In this episode you’ll learn what happened to Chill Out Timmy, hear about the trials and tribulations of a Curehead love affair, and encounter the curse of Edmund Spenser.
Five teenagers gathered at a party in a bedsit in Dunmanway, West Cork during mushroom season in 1993. Only one is left on this Earth. The first instalment of a six-episode podcast memoir by the survivor.
In this video, writer Dave Lordan reviews the sci-fi novel “Edge of Heaven” by R.B. Kelly, published in Dublin by Liberties Press.
“Mark’s halfway across when The Dude takes the corner goin at least 60. Which tells Mark that The Dude either . . .” A new short story from poet, author and editor Dave Lordan.