‘The Moth is a beautiful creature.’ David Mitchell
‘No other magazine like it.’ Billy Collins
‘The Moth is an amazing magazine.’ Donal Ryan
‘The Moth is a rare literary gem.’ Dermot Healy
The Moth is a quarterly magazine featuring art, short fiction and poetry by established and up-and-coming writers. Each issue also includes interviews with the likes of Paul Muldoon, DBC Pierre, Eimear McBride, Billly Collins, Kamila Shamsie, Emily Berry and Dan Rhodes.
Short fiction by Joshua Cohen, John Boyne, Mike McCormack, Julia O’Faolain, Robert McLiam Wilson, Rob Doyle, Owen Hyrick, Kathleen Murray, Elizabeth Wassell, Tom MacIntyre, Kathryn Simmonds, Alan Walsh, Thomas Maloney, Nicholas Hogg, MacDonald Harris …
The Moth appears in March, June, September and December. Annual subscriptions (€20) and individual copies (€5) can be ordered via www.themothmagazine.com.
Check out this year’s Moth Short Story Prize, judged by Donal Ryan.
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