Back to the Gaff by John P Brady

Jun 13, 2014 by 

Scandalous Narratives of Contemporary Ireland. Back to the Gaff is a book by new author John P Brady

The Duke

Posted by JohnPBrady on January 31, 2014
It never rains but it pours… A couple of weeks after getting published in ZOUCH Magazine, I’ve now been also published in Hackwriters.

This time the story concerns courting…

Classic Tractor

I’m delighted to say that ZOUCH Magazine has published, Classic Tractor, a story about a disagreement between two farmers in rural Ireland. I’m proud that my work is being featured in such a prestigious magazine. Continue reading »


Streets of San Francisco by John P Brady

I’m delighted and humbled to be part of The Bohemyth’s latest issue which is inspired by the Beat Generation. Alice Walsh, the editor, has been putting together great issues of this magazine for the past 5 months. It seems that now it is getting the attention it deserves. “John P Brady’s ‘Streets of San Francisco’ Continue reading »


Story published! – ‘The Sport of Kings?’

Hi, great news, I’ve a story published in The Galway Review. It’s available to read on line here The story is about two guys who worked in a bookmakers, taking bets all day from down and out types, the punters who never stop. These fine gentlemen, of course, would prefer to be drinking pints of …Continue reading »


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.   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 …Continue reading »


Daily Sicilian Life

Daily Sicilian Life By John P. Brady It was my day off, so among other things, I went to do some grocery shopping.  As I passed the bookshop Cavallotto, I stopped to listen to an author speak at her book launch.  About 20 interested listeners followed her line of commentary, sitting round in semi-circles. I …Continue reading »