James O’Sullivan (@jamescosullivan) lectures at University College Cork (National University of Ireland). His writing has appeared in such venues as the Guardian, The Irish Times, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. As a poet, James has been published in some of Ireland’s most respected venues, including The SHOp, Cyphers, and Southword. His most recent collection of poetry is Courting Katie (Salmon 2017). James is the founding editor of New Binary Press. For more, see josullivan.org.
“Places We Actually Go”: Three Irish Poets’ Debuts
James O’Sullivan reviews collections by Roisin Kelly, Annemarie Ní Churreáin, and Elaine Cosgrove....
Electronic Literature’s Contemporary Moment: Breeze and Campbell’s “All the Delicate Duplicates”
James O’Sullivan finds magic and meaning in “All the Delicate Duplicates,” a work of electronic literature by Mez Breeze and Andy Campbell....
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