The Emerald Isles: Irelands that never were

Ireland is a country that is, in many ways, still defined by the British occupation and the nature of its partition and independence and so there is much room to explore how it could have evolved differently in different circumstances.

What would home rule have looked like in practice? What struggles would an Ireland that won independence in the late 18th century have faced? How would Ireland have positioned itself if the Nazis had won the Second World War?

In this collection, thirteen talented writers (including a certain Andrew J. Harvey) will show you glimpses of the Irelands that never existed.

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Ireland is a country that is, in many ways, still defined by the British occupation and the nature of its partition and independence and so there is much room to explore how it could have evolved differently in different circumstances.

What would home rule have looked like in practice? What struggles would an Ireland that won independence in the late 18th century have faced? How would Ireland have positioned itself if the Nazis had won the Second World War?

In this collection, thirteen talented writers will show you glimpses of the Irelands that never existed. It includes stories by:

  • Foreword by Gary Oswald
  • Among the Brothers by Jared Kavanagh
  • “One of this, one of that?” by Paul Hynes
  • The Death of Old Ireland by Dara Boland
  • The Dragon and the Lady of Uliad by Andrew J Harvey
  • The Dreamer Exfiltration by Matthew Kresal
  • The Last High King of Ireland by Gary Oswald
  • Operation Spectre by Charles E.P Murphy
  • The Phony Raven by J.A Belanger
  • Ireland du Nord, Douze Points by Richard Hunter
  • The Harp and the Lion by B.D. Roberts
  • Sun Spotted in Ireland by Charlie Allison
  • Tales from the Brothers’ War by Blaise Burtulato
  • Get Carson by Ian Bertram

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