November 2015

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Today on the blog we’re proud to share John Jude Palencar‘s experience of visiting Ireland in 2004 and becoming the Artist in Residence at the Cill Rialaig Art Project. John has produced over 100 covers for science fiction, fantasy and horror books by Lovecraft, Steven King and J.R.R. Tolkien, and it’s obvious from his account below […]

Time for another Chat with one of our supporters, where we pester authors to answer some quick fire questions and tell us why they think a Worldcon in Ireland is a great idea! Adrian Tchaikovsky is a familiar face at many UK conventions, and we were delighted to catch him at this years’ Octocon in Dublin […]

Happy Friday the 13th! Dublin2019 brings you another installment of our delightful Irish Fiction Friday. This week we are featuring the very talented Elizabeth Bowen who will give you a little something to think about on this very freaky Friday. It is our pleasure to introduce you to Ms. Bowen via her short story “The […]

This week on the blog we return to Rob Hansen’s Then – documenting the next instalment of the history of Irish fandom with a whizz around the world, a series of new fanzines, and a convention that celebrated the Coronation… 4. Transatlantic Travels. In May 1952, Walt Willis launched a new fanzine, one originally intended […]

Dublin2019’s Irish Fiction Friday continues with a fantastic short story by Irish writer Nigel Quinlan. We hope you enjoy this modern fairy tale, which will leaving you hungry for more. Special thanks to Nigel for sharing his story with us. Nigel Quinlan is an Irish writer, born in Limerick and living in Tipperary. His children’s […]