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In 1950s Cork, a young boy spots a salmon trapped in the reeds of the River Lee, not knowing the fish will change the course of his brother’s life.
A poetic short story describing the practice of moving the body, questioning notions of goodness and growing up.
On running away.
The painful disparities of race and class breed a cynicism that comes with knowing you belong to a particular category.
Sometimes, the only way to escape is to jump from the fire into the frying pan – it’s better than remaining in the flames.
An atmospheric ghost story in an abandoned town.
A girl’s unexpected encounter by the sea leads to a transformation beyond her wildest imaginings.
A collection of pandemic parables.
Maria has been haunted by a giant eye for as long as she can remember, but will opening up about it ruin her new relationship?
A young woman strikes a deal with a faerie in her neighboring woods.
A little girl and her mother witness the drowning of the effigy of the goddess Morana in a ritual to bring back spring.
A selkie long trapped by a man escapes her imprisonment and reclaims the sea.
A squid who is also a woman deals with depression and abuse.
A chronically ill person ventures out for a walk in a cemetery, ruminates on life, death and illness.