More Stories by Edward Mc Whinney

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Edward Mc Whinney lives in Cork, Ireland. He’s neither all that young nor all that old.

He has been a regular contributor to Contrary, writing stories of Irish life and Spanish exile. This is an index of his stories published in Contrary, 2005-2011. For more recent stories, please do click here.

 

The Cork Landscapes:

Advice: Get the Farewell Right

A Monday Morning

An Ordinary Day

Conversations in the Tax Office

This House

Infidelity, Almost

Olaudahs in the Rain

Incident in a Travel Agent’s

(Editor’s Introduction to The Cork Landscapes)

 

Excerpts from Exile in Catalonia:

Forty Nine

Who Do You Want to Be?

The Cat in the Kiosk

Weaver Fish

On Goya Street

No Further Need for Niceties

Locked Out

 

Excerpts from The Hell Porter:

The Hall Porter

After Reading Thomas Bernhard

The Myth of Sisyphus

 

Unattached stories:

Beginnings

Little Bird

A Funeral