Then, Part 8: Endings. Rob Hansen

And so we reach the end of Rob Hansen’s retelling of Irish fandom until the mid 1960s, with the final part of Then. We’d like to thank Rob for allowing us to serialise this edited version of Then, which focuses specifically on Irish fandom, and have very much enjoyed recalling our heritage; both rocky and […]

Nerdy Dublin: Dublin’s Secret Garden.

Dublin’s Secret Garden Nina Sheil If there is an alternative Dublin somewhere out there, populated by faerie and other magical beings, and the odd human who manage to make their way there, an entrance to it surely lies hidden in Iveagh Gardens. This small, quiet park is situated behind the National Concert Hall, with access to it from […]

Irish Fiction Friday: Shane Hegarty: Darkmouth

It’s time for another Irish Fiction Friday, where we share some of the best SFF Ireland has to offer, showcasing the background that a bid for Worldcon in Dublin is built on. This week, we’re featuring a children’s book, Darkmouth by Shane Hegarty. Children’s fiction is where the imagination can really go wild, and Darkmouth […]