Ronan Quinn is an editor, writer, poet, blogger and translator. He studied for an undergraduate in Russian and European History in Bangor University and went on to study for a Masters in Russian Literary Translation in Trinity College Dublin. Originally a journalist for various publications in Ireland, including The Irish Times, Ronan went on to translate many books. As a translator he has worked on books such as ‘Prisoner’ by Anna Nemzer, detective stories for the writer Emil Costa and works by Vladimir Kernerman entitled ‘Daniel Stein, a translation without a translator.’ Ronan has translated both poetry, including a series of Ida Nappelbaum’s verse called ‘My House,’ and prose and has worked on political and economic books by the author Boris Guberman.
Keeping in touch has always been upper most on our minds when our lived ones have been far away for periods of time and when we are not in a position to meet up with them […]
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Migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea in search of an improved way of life for themselves and their loved ones now are fighting the reception of the local population which is sometimes welcoming and sometimes not very and without mention the feared coronavirus.
Given the long standing emnity between Greece and Turkey, which goes as far back in history as theold, now defunct Ottoman empire, it is no surprise that the tensions between the former master and subject have […]
It was a region in the north-west of Syria which is largely held by rebel forces which confirmed its very first case of Covid-19 last month, raising fears that there could be a tragic outbreak of the disease in the crowded camps which are holding the displaced men women and children of Syria.