Life During Wartime

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‘Ana and Arthur have a simple plan: Escape Ireland for the forests of Southern Poland to wait out a global pandemic. But, deep in the Suedete forests their own ghosts await them, drawing them into a conundrum that could cost them everything.

Crossing continents, cultures, and time zones, Life During Wartime tells the story of a Mother and Daughter at war with each other, of a country deep in a culture war, of a writer at war with himself after a bereavement, and the struggles of a couple to carry on as the political climate around them grows ever darker.



‘Oran Ryan is a writer from Dublin, Ireland. He has written novels: The Death of Finn (Seven Towers, 2006), Ten Short Novels by Arthur Kruger (Seven Towers 2007), and One Inch Punch (Seven Towers, 2012). He has written plays:  Don Quixote has Been Promoted (2009, Ranelagh Arts Festival) for the Stage and radio: Preliminary Design for a Universe Circling Spacecraft (KRPN, San Francisco, California 2010), also poetry, Portrait of an Atheist monk at Prayer (2019 Revival Press). He has written and published short stories, poetry, and contributed articles from time to time to publications. A critical book on his work is due for publication in 2022.’


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