Author Archives: Emma Walsh

This week in Mansplaining… Ched Evans warns drunk women they’re putting themselves in danger

Sometimes, anger and disbelief can only be articulated sufficiently through intense, overwrought sarcasm. In other news, praise be for Ched Evans, Patron Saint of Women everywhere.

Getting back on the wagon… reluctantly.

In which I reluctantly reignite the fire in my belly ahead of another fucking election.

January Reads

The Muse and The Reader on the 6.27.

Little Adventures… Malta, New Years

Full disclosure: I adore Malta.

Starting afresh… Hello 2017.

  As someone who claims to be a writer, it can be quite shameful, even shocking, to admit how rarely you put pen to paper, however metaphorically. 

Sonder #5: Ecce Puer by James Joyce

Welcome to your monthly dose of poetry.

All changed, changed utterly…

How the hell did we get here?

Goodnight Saigon in a Vauxhall Nova

As part of a nostalgic tribute to the fathers who formed our earliest musical memories and influenced our record collections, the writers of Getintothis marked Fathers’ Day with the sentimental pomp you’d expect of music writers. Here reads my contribution.

All the Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doerr

When you read a book that stays with you, the only thing to do is pass it on. Introducing a long overdue Recommended Read.

Give Us a Smile? Gimme a Break!

If working in bars for the greater part of a decade taught me anything, it’s that no one can deal with your Resting Bitch Face.