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Val Nolan

 

Val Nolan teaches contemporary literature and creative writing at NUI, Galway. He regularly contributes criticism to publications including Poetry Ireland Review, The Sunday Business Post, PN Review and The John McGahern Yearbook. A poet and a fiction writer, he has been published in Southword, The Stinging Fly, Poetry Scotland, Crannóg,  Revival and on the ‘Futures’ page of the science journal Nature. In 2009 he was invited to read on the emerging writer's panel at the Cúirt International Festival of Literature. He is a graduate of University College Cork and of the Clarion writing programme at University of California, San Diego.

 

 

 

 

 

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Reviews written by Nolan

Issue 16

on Paddy Bushe's To Ring in Silence
  on Mark Roper's Even So
   
Issue 17 on Mícheál Fanning's Echoes and Shadows
  on Matthew Geden's Swimming to Albania
  on Augustus Young's Nicotine Cat, The Secret Gloss, & The Rosemaries
   
Issue 17A on Michael Coady's Going By Water
  on Ciaran O'Driscoll's Life Monitor
   
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