Blowin’ In: Phantoms

In “Blowin’ In: Phantoms” by Sue Mangan, the article delves into the subtle and mystical connections between the past and present. It explores the presence of “phantoms” in our lives, connecting us to history and experiences. Mangan draws inspiration from William Butler Yeats and his fascination with the invisible world, emphasizing the interconnectedness of our experiences, no matter the passage of time.

Speak Irish: The Blind Man’s Vision

By Bob Carney I’ve been relistening to a series of lectures by Professor Marc C. Conner from Washington and Lee University, collectively titled “The Irish Identity, Independence, History and Literature.” […]

Cleveland Comhrá: Lord Dunsany

By Bob Carney “Logic, like whiskey, loses its beneficial effect when taken in too large quantities.” A simple observation from a man who spent a lifetime crafting tales of fantasy […]