Winter Readings: ‘Badlands’ by Fergus Cronin

Fergus Cronin reads the opening of ‘Badlands’ from Issue Twelve.

Read Fergus Cronin on ‘Badlands’ here.

Fergus Cronin  is a native of Dublin.  He has had a variety of occupations ranging from water engineering to theatre. In 2004 he moved to north Connemara in Galway.  He now divides his time between Dublin and the West. He completed an MPhil degree in Creative Writing at the Oscar Wilde Centre in TCD in 2014. His stories have been published in Surge, a Brandon Books collection of new writing from Ireland, in The Old Art of Lying, (an anthology of work from the Oscar Wilde Centre), the Manchester Review and  the Irish Times.

Banner image by Jo Mazelis.