In “The Fountain,” we revive a tradition dating back to the earliest days of the journal. Edie Shillue spent a year living in Northern Ireland, wandering the streets of Derry and Belfast, the byways of the villages and the country towns, enjoying the “crack,” tossing back more than the odd pint of Guinness — and taking it all in, filling notebook after notebook with her keen observations and acute insights — definitely a different view of the conflict in Northern Ireland, but fastidious to a fault. We hope that the tradition of publishing original works of literature once revived will continue to be revived.
New England Journal of Public Policy: Vol. 16
, Article 7.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol16/iss1/7