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Thursday 12 September, 2013

Column: Fee-paying schools don't offer an education any better than their counterparts

Private school should be an option, but that is exactly what it must be – a private self-funding system that does not rely on contributions from the taxpayer, writes Michelle Jackson.

Monday 22 July, 2013

Column: Why did JK Rowling feel the need to use a pseudonym?

It’s been revealed that the Harry Potter creator used a male pseudonym and is in fact the author of a new mystery crime novel – but Michelle Jackson writes that it is sad Rowling had to do that to achieve critical acclaim.

Tuesday 1 January, 2013

Column: Why Irish ‘chick lit’ is the true barometer of our time

Following in the footsteps of Maeve Binchy, Irish female authors are capturing what really matters to people today, writes novelist Michelle Jackson.