The new issue of the Honest Ulsterman contains a very large and very eclectic range of material. Substantial interviews with authors including Fran Lock who discusses her new Collection ‘Contains Mild Peril’; Sam Thompson discusses his novel ‘Jott’ with artist David Haughey; Matt Kirkham is interviewed by Moyra Donaldson about Thirty-Seven Theorems of Incompleteness. Colin Dardis interviews Gaynor Kane exploring her recently published book, ‘Memory Forest’ and talks to Michael Wilson about his debut collection ‘Bedlam’s Best and Finest’. Abridged’s Susanna Galbraith interviews Eva Griffin about her pamphlet ‘Dead Hands/Real Flowers’ whilst Maeve Mulrennan speaks to Sarah Maria Griffin, Maria Isakova-Bennett interviews Carole Bromley and Gerard Beirne interviews George Ellenbogen.

Rosemary Jenkinson articulates the making of her new book ‘Lifestyle Choice 10mg’ and there is an excerpt from Darran Anderson’s new book about growing up in Derry ‘Inventory’ and Gerald Dawe provides us with an excerpt from a book on Ethna MacCarthy.

There is a fascinating exploration of cli-fi (climate fiction) and the power of stories with Axel Goodbody whilst Christopher Schaberg discusses school lockdowns and trigger warnings. We present an essay by Susanna Galbraith on the Honest Ulsterman print edition from The Honest Ulsterman: A Magazine of Revolution? Peter Richards is this issue’s Featured Artist in anticipation of his show in Verbal in April.

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