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gorse no. 3, 23 March 2015
260 Pages (the first 150 copies are individually numbered)

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[Editorial]
Whale in the Moon When It’s Clear
[Interview]
‘At Home in the Unheimlich,’ Deborah Levy by Andrew Gallix
[Essays]
‘Initiations: On Grisey’s Music’ by Liam Cagney
‘A Writer’s Guide to the Dialectical Landscapes of Dublin’ by Therese Cox
‘Four Bridges/Four Exercises in Re-Construction’ by Adrian Duncan
‘A Fine House, The Irish Their Bungalows’ by Oliver Farry
‘Stasis’ by Ian Maleney
‘The Cardinal & the Corpse, A Flanntasy in Several Parts’ by Pádraig Ó Meálóid
‘Father of the Man, Terence Davies’ Trilogy‘ by Bobby Seal
‘The Eye & the Word’ by Joanna Walsh
[Fiction]
‘ten thousand tiny spots’ by Sheila Armstrong
‘April Truth Day’ by Ilya Zverev, translated by Anna Aslanyan
‘The Belly of the Whale, A Captain Ruggles Novelette’ by Adam Biles
‘Limbed’ by David Hayden
‘Medicine’ by Darragh McCausland
‘Selfie’ by Paula McGrath

[Poetry]
‘Two Poems’ by Thomas Bernhard, Friedrich Hölderlin, translated by Will Stone
‘Subcritical Tests’ by Ailbhe Darcy & S.J. Fowler
‘Three Poems’ by Cal Doyle
‘Five Poems’ by Michael Naghten Shanks
‘Five Poems’ by Georg Trakl, translated by Will Stone

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Cover by Niall McCormack