CURRENT ISSUE:  OCTOBER 2023

Terry from Derry: Strange Weather Indeed

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Terry Boyle discusses the unexpected extreme weather events occurring globally and emphasizes the need for action on climate change. He recounts his personal experience with unusual weather patterns, such as a hurricane in a desert area. Terry highlights the importance of addressing climate change, urging people to pressure politicians to take action and vote for candidates who prioritize environmental issues.

Terry from Derry: A Eulogy

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Sinead O’Connor, a fiery artist, and protest singer, left an indelible mark on music and society by fearlessly confronting political, social, and clerical injustices. Her courage in speaking uncomfortable truths leaves a lasting legacy.

Terry from Derry: My First Consumption

By Terry Boyle At 7 years old what do you know about life? I would argue nothing of real importance, but, in Catholic terms, you’ve completed your 7-year journey and […]

Terry from Derry: The Myth of Identity

By Terry Boyle ‘Are you Irish?’ I am asked this question all the time. It should not surprise me.  My accent is a dead giveaway.  I suppose that matters could be […]

Terry from Derry: I Think Therefore AI

By Terry Boyle When the news finally gets away from the rantings of a former president acting like a two-year-old proclaiming his innocence when we all know he’s guilty, we […]

Terry from Derry: The Lonely Passion of D.T.

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It had been a while since D.T. (Dickey Tricky) had held a popular place in people’s minds.  His sunny disposition had not fared well since his popularity had begun to wane. […]

Terry from Derry: Meditation on an Ice Flow

Terry from Derry: Meditation on an Ice FlowBy Terry Boyle Getting older brings with it a unique form of nostalgia. With less time ahead, it’s natural to look back more. […]

Life is Sweet: Derry from Derry

Terry from Derry: Life is Sweet By Terry Boyle If you are like me, you tend to get submerged in all sorts of things, and most of those things are […]