Maeve Mulrennan interviews June Caldwell.
Gerard Beirne interviews George McWhirter.
Clare Hayes-Brady discusses the power of language.
Gregory McCartney interviews Wayne Holloway-Smith.
Susanne Stich interviews Kelly Creighton.
Dawn Miranda Sherratt-Bado discusses Brexit in the context of the Guardian's short film: ‘Your Ma’s a Hard Brexit’.
JT Welsch explores Poetry and Work in the context of Paterson.
Aiden O'Reilly interviews Karl Parkinson.
An excerpt from O'Lynn/McGibbon's Xenophon Project.
Maria Isakova-Bennett interviews Zeina Hashem Beck.
Stephen Cox responds to 'Against Exercise', the opening essay in Mark Greif's collection, Against Everything.
Niall Grimes on climbing in Donegal.
Colin Dardis interviews Claire Savage.
Éamonn Brown is this issue's Featured Artist.
Stephen Cox explores why we write.
Keshia Starrett explores Conceptual Writing and Mental Health.
Maeve Mulrennan interviews Professor Marie-Louise Coolahan of the RECIRC project.
James Lecky considers the Macht Trilogy of Ballymena born author Paul Kearney.