Greg McCartney interviews Safiya Sinclair.
Maeve O’Sullivan interviewed by Susan Lindsay.
Dr Dawn Miranda Sherratt-Bado discusses Brexit through the context of Abbie Spallen’s Lally the Scut.
Stephanie Burt interviewed by Greg McCartney.
Laura Loftus discuss the marginalisation of female poets in Irish literary magazines of the 1980s.
Tim A Heron explores the lyrics of Northern Ireland's first wave of Punk groups.
Gerard Beirne interviews Tammy Armstrong.
James Gallacher introduces the first of a serialisation of extracts from Gerard Keenan's (the HU's very own Jude the Obscure) unpublished novels.
Clare Hayes-Brady on being 'good'.
Susanna Galbraith explores Zoe Murdoch's Revelation.
Maria Isakova Bennett interviews Nuar Alsadir.
Colin Dardis talks to Mel McMahon about his Wilfred Owen project.
Declan Sheehan explores radicalism and William Fee McKinney’s photography.
Maeve Mulrennan interviews Elaine Cosgrove.
Madeleine Callaghan explores the place of the poet in society.
William Stephenson explores, May, Thompson and the Brexit Edge.
Megan Doherty is this issue's Featured Artist.
Ross Wilson discusses the One O'Clock Gun, the Heretics and Edinburgh's poetic landscape on a (literary) pub crawl around the city.
James Lecky discusses Meryn Peake's Gormenghast.