Chloë Ashby

Women on a wind-swept island: Hagstone, by Sinéad Gleeson, reviewed

Nell, an artist, lives peacefully on an island, presumably off the west coast of Ireland. But all changes when a group of women occupy a crumbling convent overlooking the sea

Sinead Gleeson. [Credit: Brid O’Donovan]

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