Sive is an Irish singer-songwriter and multi instrumentalist , with a voice that sounds like the Irish sea. Her music is full of depth and haunting lyrics. Cinders was lucky enough to sit down with Sive and chat about her latest album, The Roaring Girl, the Irish music industry and what she hopes to see... Continue Reading →
Happy international women's day to all of the friends, mothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins, co-workers, inspirations and activists out there! You all inspire us daily and make us take pride in who we are and make us choose who we want to be. This year our thanks go out to all of the brave women... Continue Reading →
Cinders magazine volume two issue two is out now! This issue is all about empowerment. From fearless Irish women to #MeToo and body positivity, to remembering great's like Ursula K. Le Guin, this issue is all about women supporting women. Don't forget to check out our in-depth interviews with writers Stefanie Preissner, Siobhán Parkinson and Theodora... Continue Reading →
Caroline Foran’s Owning It has swept onto our shelves and excited new readers. Anxiety is something that we are all familiar with, whether in ourselves or in another person’s point of view. Anxiety has a place in our world now and it’s very welcome to have a book from someone who has experienced it for... Continue Reading →
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Turtles all the way down by John Green You’d have to be living under a large and leafy rock not to know that John Green (of Fault in our Stars and Vlogbrothers fame) has released a new book this October. Turtles all the Way Down is the newest volume about an unusual girl trying to... Continue Reading →
Magic, mysticism and mystery are at the core of Moïra Fowley-Doyle's novels, The Accident Season and this year's The Spellbook of the Lost and Found. Set in rural Ireland they take normal girls and unravel the secrets of their past and defeat the demons of their present with spells, enchantment and dreams. We chatted to... Continue Reading →
First published in Cinders issue four Sixteen year old Diana Mirza recently won the World Schools Under-17 Chess Championship.She is Ireland's first ever world chess champion and has filled Cinders in on openings, tactics, non stop practice, and how it's never too late to get into chess. When did you start playing chess? I started... Continue Reading →