Friends of the Irish Environment

Eli Dolliver meets the Cork-based organisation As we march into February, it’s been over four months since the Cork based organisation, , obtained permission from the High Court to proceed its lawsuit against the Government of Ireland. On what grounds, you might ask? The answer is simple. The Government of Ireland has failed to act against climate change. The Cork based NGO’s legal challenge is … Continue reading Friends of the Irish Environment

Toil and Trouble: A History of the Witch

Eli Dolliver investigates one of the most powerful myths in human history, and its enduring consequences. With the leaves tumbling down and Halloween right around the corner, there’s one thing on our minds: the supernatural. Ghosties, goblins, ghouls, and witches. Witchcraft has been popularised in mainstream media: Hocus Pocus, Harry Potter, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Charmed. But the history of witchcraft is much darker. … Continue reading Toil and Trouble: A History of the Witch

Book Review: Submarine

Joe Dunthorne’s novel is an hilarious read with plenty of heart, writes Eli Dolliver Submarine, by Joe Dunthorne, is the funniest book I have ever read. I want everyone to read it – even people I don’t like, even people who don’t deserve it. It’s the only book that’s ever made me laugh as hard as television. The events of Submarine revolve around the universe … Continue reading Book Review: Submarine