We are delighted to share issue 10 of The Incubator which features Claire Savage’s interview with Carlo Gébler, author of The Wing Orderly’s Tales. With fiction from: Louise Kennedy, Patrick Holloway, Louise McIvor, Una Mannion, Sean Daly, Kieran Marsh, P Kearney Byrne, Robin Oree, Eileen O’Sullivan, Marie Gethins, Eileen Acheson and Deirdre Kingston. And plays from: James … Continue reading Issue 10 is live! Submission call.
We are delighted to share issue 9 of The Incubator which features Claire Savage’s interview with Lucy Caldwell, author of Multitudes. With fiction from Jennifer Kerr, Peter Hollywood, Noel King, Disharee Bose, Doreen Duffy, Tanya Farrelly, Bernard O’Rourke, Anne Griffin, Rachel Barber, Caroline Kieran, Colin Dardis, Margaret Cahill and Tony O’Connell. And memoirs from Phil Young, … Continue reading Issue 9 is live! Submission call.
We can't wait any longer, here is issue 5 a day early. Hope you enjoy! https://theincubatorjournal.com/journal/ Our submission window opens tomorrow and closes at the end of June. This time we will be looking for flash fiction, short stories and one scene plays. (Please check our submission guidelines page.) The public launch will be in … Continue reading Issue 5 is online!
Submissions Opening Our reading period for issue 5 opens on 1 March and closes at the end of the month. We love the contemporary Irish short story by writers born in, living in or with links to NI and Ireland. This time we are seeking flash fiction, short stories and memoir. All details can be … Continue reading Submission Call & Launch of Issue 4
It's September, which means that you can now read issue 2 of The Incubator. This issue is jam-packed with new Irish writing, featuring an interview of Cherry Smyth by Claire Savage. The reviews are Jonathan O’Brien on Sinker, by Jason Johnson, and Orla McAlinden on Malcolm Orange Disappears, by Jan Carson. Plays are by Paula Matthews and Jamie Guiney. Issue 2 … Continue reading issue 2. submission call for issue 3
Focus on The IncubatorWe are delighted to be featured in Writing.ie ahead of our second submission call, and especially excited to be interviewed by avid blogger and fiction writer Alison Wells.You can read the full interview now.