My article “Performing Anglo-Irish Hospitality in Elizabeth Bowen’s A World of Love” is forthcoming in New Hibernia Review. In this piece, I argue that in the wake of Bowen’s espionage in the Second World War, the Big House has become the stage for an anxious performance of ascendancy belonging.
“Furious Women and Scorned Men,” my review of Geraldine Mill’s startlingly imaginative short story collection Hellkite, is available now on Breac!
Partitioned Lives: The Irish Borderlands by Catherine Nash, Bryonie Reid, and Brian Graham offers an insightful (if limited) analysis of the lived experiences and material realities of the Irish border. Published in 2013, this volume has acquired a new urgency amidst the Brexit crisis. You can find my full review in in Irish Studies Review 24.4. …
You can find my review of Lucy Collins’ valuable edited anthology Poetry by Women in Ireland: A Critical Anthology 1870-1970 in issue 110 of Feminist Review.