“The current fashion is to just pare everything down to its bare bones and I think that’s gone as far as it can go. It’s become a bit of a dead-end. I think writers of prose need to start making a bit more effort…”
I recently had the pleasure of talking to the novelist Eimear McBride about literature, Irish society and her stunning Goldsmiths prize-winning book A Girl is a Half-formed Thing. You can read the interview here on the relaunched The Honest Ulsterman. Enjoy, share and, above all, read the book.