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Caiomhin Millar

Having recently graduated from UCD's prestigious Arts programme, Caoimhin currently resides in the hills of Foxrock, where he is now enjoying his 21st year of uninterrupted existence. In all of this time he has never known his opinions to be wrong, and takes great comfort in the fact that it is against the incompetency of others that his dreams are repeatedly smashed. The two major windmills in his life are death and taxes. He tilts against these tirelessly, providing a shining example of blind courage and debilitating nobility. All in all, he is content with his burning rage and generally quite at home with his demons, with whom he has no quarrel.

contributions

Sziget 2007: Part the First 09.11.2007

Life in an American Concentration Camp
They Called Us Enemy
Peter, Bjorn and...
Peter, Bjorn and John, without John still charm at the Tripod in Dublin
Snorkel Channels
Paul Hawkins moves through 'The Glass Darkly' and hears a lot
The Jam, 1977 And All That
Our newest contributor, the somewhat enigmatic Ancient Champion, listens to the Jam and figures, Nothing says "Christmas is Coming" for some middle-aged men more than a remastered collection of punk rock standards...
The Return of the Pearly King of Rock'n'Roll
Often the first with a stupid idea - Lake welcomes the White Stripes pearly phase...
everything depends upon how near you stand to me...
Regular O/L contributor Kirk Lake has his first novel in 15 years published later this year. An "art noir" set in 1990s London. Here is an exclusive extract.
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