Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

20 March 2023

Albania’s Vjosa River officially declared a National Park

Albania’s Vjosa River has officially become a National Park. After coordinated international efforts lasting more than a decade, last week Albania’s Council of Ministers ratified the […]
11 July 2022

Europe’s last wild river to become a national park

Wild rivers. They seem a bit like a contradictio in terminis, because after all, all rivers are created by nature. Or at least, that’s how they […]
19 July 2021

48 hours in Tirana

Traditionally it may not be one of the first countries you would think of visiting, but Albania is becoming increasingly popular because of its interesting history, […]