REVIEW: Dublin Review of Books on Dhuibhne’s SELECTED STORIES

The most overused epithet for an underrated writer is that she is a writer’s writer; that is to say that only other writers would be interested in her work for their own obscure and crafty reasons. Éilís Ní Dhuibhne’s work qualifies on both counts. She is shamefully underexposed in this era of literary hype and she is unashamedly literary in her concerns.

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