Author Archives: Abigail Hickman | University of Limerick

Piece of the Shannon

Things are starting to get quiet. Classes are winding down, more and more of my days is spent in solitude reading and writing. I’ve taken some trips — Dublin, Sligo, Belfast, Cork — but these are few and far between. … Continue reading

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Reconciliation

My upbringing in Oklahoma and college life in New York City taught me a great deal about pseudo-intellectualism. On one hand, there are those who invent facts with which to craft whichever realities best suit their own ideologies. On the … Continue reading

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A Rainy Night by the Shannon

At the time I am writing this post, it is pouring down rain outside of my flat at the University of Limerick. Most of the time, when it rains, it sprinkles, but tonight it is a deluge. I chose to … Continue reading

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