Campus in Three Acts

Roadside Fiction have published one of my stories. It is an online realist fiction magazine and the current issue contains lots of well-written alternative style stories.
This is their brief outline:
A snapshot of university life. Two alternative-minded students stroll through campus meeting a strange individual with a gas canister and relating unusual stories. Read the story

‘Campus in Three Acts’ by John P Brady


Act One: The Balloon Man

We met at the Forum Bar. It was so called because the bland concrete exterior apparently bore a vague resemblance to a Roman Forum. It was the secondary bar on campus, frequented only by post-grads and older students. Dean was typically full of beans.
Read the story

Back to the Gaff

Scandalous Narratives of Contemporary Ireland

Dublin, Ireland, Irish writing, short stories

Back to the Gaff is a book by new author John P Brady, which describes the excessive and outrageous nature of Irish night life. Meet an array of eccentric individuals who populate the bars of Dublin, living lives of decadence and abandon. Their frolics inevitably lead to a trip ‘back to the gaff,’ which in Dublin-speak means gravitating towards someone’s place of residence where the depravity continues.

Ebook and Paperback available: 




John P. Brady is an Irish writer, Financial Trader and occasional journalist.  He divides his time between Ireland and Italy.  His interests include travel writing, social comment and eccentric debauchery. His first book, Back to the Gaff, described as "Trainspotting meets Dubliners" is available. Buy the ebook

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