About

The Fiend is edited by Aindriú Ó Domhnaill, and is an online wordpress journal and blog whose main emphasis is on poetry, mythology, philosophy, conspiracy-realism, translation, cosmology, critical prose, visual art and photography from any location, and any epoch.

The title of the site is meant as a half-nod to S. T Coleridge’s short-lived 19th Century magazine The Friend. The ‘r-lessness’ of this venture is an ironic gloss on the notion that the best friend is the friend one is wholly unprepared for, and is initially likely to demonize.

As of 2017 the site has become primarily a blog in style, although speculative enquiries and submissions of text by readers familiar with these pages can still be forwarded to the editor at andrew.odonnell.osp@gmail.com.

You can find sporadically updated readings of poetry, literary commentary and recordings of my music at my soundcloud account: https://soundcloud.com/user-185401382

NOTE: Please click on the toolbar titles of each piece to see the layout of each piece as it was intended by the editor. Punctuation, capitalization and spelling, to a degree, is unique to each entry. This site is edited in Mozilla Firefox, thus viewers using other browsers may well have problems reading the material. For permissions, please credit your quotations with the name of this journal site, the site URL and/or a link to the relevant page, in order to bring more people to these pages. For anything more detailed, or for the use of longer sections of text, please contact the editor by email.

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2 Responses to About

  1. Hi,
    I just read the translations of Pasolini at
    https://thefiendjournal.wordpress.com/2010/12/04/the-last-article-of-pier-paolo-pasolini-i-know/

    Is it your translation, am I right?. May I quote it in an article?

    Thank you in advance for your answer

    • Francesco, massive apologies for getting back so late on this! Use what you like by way of quotations but please credit The Fiend, just so we can bring more eyes to these pages, thanks.

      Andrew

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