Welcome to the October issue of EILE Magazine! As usual, we have a packed magazine to keep you entertained this month. For your musical enjoyment, we bring you American singer-songwriters, Julia Othmer and Veronica Bianqui. Brian Rochford tells us about fats in our diet and Lisa Reynolds reviews LGBT-themed film Pretty Boy. Irish emigrant, Paul Dowling, writes […]
Paul Dowling writes on the changes he has seen coming about in Ireland from a gay emigrant’s perspective As someone who’s lived outside of Ireland for almost eight years, there’s an element of risk involved in my asserting much about contemporary Irish life. Not only have I been gone for a significant amount of time, […]
Welcome to September’s edition of EILE Magazine! This month brought the sad news of Edie Windsor‘s passing, and Australia are in the thick of the equal marriage plebiscite. Our musical guests are Ezra Furman and Oriel Poole, Lisa Reynolds review LGBT animation, In A Heartbeat, Frances Winston reviews the latest films, and Arosa Ski Week […]
HURRAY! This month’s edition of EILE Magazine is now working! If you were having trouble accessing the magazine, we apologise. Thanks for your patience – MKB (Ed.) Welcome to August’s edition of EILE Magazine! This month we feature musical artistes, Zander Bleck, Pontea, Stunt Lover, and Told Slant. Galway Community Pride 2017 saw Galway put on […]
Scott De Buitléir writes from an England that is trying to re-aquaint itself with the Democratic Unionist Party, and sees that now could be a turning point for LGBT rights in Northern Ireland. Never let it be said that British politics is dull; if anything, recent events have given playwrights and screenwriters a plethora of […]
Brian Ward gives his opinion on the rise of conservative politics after recent terror attacks, and the conservative policies of first gay upcoming Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar I have avoided commenting on recent events, more because I have found it hard to articulate the horror that has befallen the poor people of Manchester and London. What […]
Scott De Buitléir can see why the world is in awe of a gay Taoiseach, but the Irish aren’t.