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The Lonely Crowd Winter Readings: Swansea Photos

All photos were taken by Jo Mazelis, who also headlined the evening with a reading of her Lonely Crowd short story, ‘Whose Story is this Anyway?’ You can listen to Jo reading her piece from our Winter issue, ‘The Twice Pricked Heart’, here. Special thanks to Mozart’s, Swansea, for all their help setting up the…

Fountain: A Discussion

In the new, Winter Issue of The Lonely Crowd, we published an extraordinary, multi-layered photo essay by Susan MaierMoul entitled Fountain. Here the writer Eamonn Sheehy discusses Fountain with MaierMoul, as well as his own forthcoming work, Summer in the City State. Eamonn Sheehy: I first came across the work of Susan MaierMoul when her short…

Introduction to the Winter Issue

Many of the pieces presented here are bathed in a winter light, whether it be short stories that take place directly in the season, such as 2015 Jerwood Prize-winner Jo Mazelis’s 16th Century-set, ‘The Twice-Pricked Heart’, Fred Johnstone’s Joycean ‘The Beautiful Daylight Has Gone’, or Jamie Guiney’s delightfully gentle-hearted, festive tale ‘Christmas Eve’.

An Evening of Readings from The Lonely Crowd

Here are some photos by Jo Mazelis from our event at The Coffi House last night. Jo also gave a reading of her Lonely Crowd short story ‘The Green Hour’, which can be read here.                   Special thanks to Robert Templar and The Coffi Shop for all…