The second part of our round up of the latest news and releases from Irish literary journals, zines and websites over the past few months.
Issue 14 of The Incubator will be live in December.
After a lengthy hiatus, Issue 17 of Outburst is now online.
The Pickled Body‘s Issue 3.3, A lot of what I like is trash, is available via Issuu now, with the intriguing tagline “All poetry is recycled experience”.
Poetry Ireland Review Issue 122 is out now, featuring Eavan Boland’s essay on Patrick Kavanagh, new poems from John O’Donnell, Mary Montague, Julie Morrissy, Colm Breathnach, and Moya Cannon, among many others, and Alvy Carragher as the Featured Poet.
ROPES Literary Journal from National University of Ireland, Galway is open to submissions until December 24th. 2018’s theme will be ‘Sparks’.
Issue 4 of The Rose Magazine is available featuring new poetry, prose and artwork.
Issue 9 of Skylight 47 was recently launched by Penelope Shuttle in Galway,
Spontaneity‘s latest issue is a special focus on the theme of home, raising awareness of child homelessness in Ireland.
The Stinging Fly Winter 2017-18 issue also sees a special feature on Housing & Homelessness, and is available to order now.
Tales From the Forest‘s Issue 6 – How It Begins – was released in October, featured the first instalments of many poetry, art and fiction triptychs.
Issue 3 of The Tangerine is available now to order online and from retail stockists.
Issue 2 of The Well Review will launch in January 2018, with Anne Carson as the featured poet.
Volune 3 of annual anthology Winter Papers is on sale now.