Behind Tír na nÓg are Anet Rumberg, Lisa Heuchemer & Siobhan Brew.
Anet Rumberg | Anet, originally from Estonia, has been living in Galway for the last 5 years. What started as an Undergrad in English and Drama has developed into an MA in Literature and Publishing as well as working as a chef, while seeing Galway more and more as her new home. Anet enjoys eating good food, music, and is currently reading her new favourite David Mitchell’s “Utopia Avenue”.
Lisa Heuchemer | Originally from Germany, Lisa worked in media for a few years before she went on a trip to Galway in autumn 2018. She immediately decided to move to Galway to fulfil her dream of studying an MA in literature – and to stay there. Still in love with Galway`s culture and people, Lisa lives with her partner and her cat. She mostly tries not to be a rude German and keeps re-reading Eimear McBride`s “A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing”.
Siobhan Brew | Siobhan is a recent graduate of the MA in Literature and Publishing, with a passion for design. Galway was her home for her four years of her studies, and this journal allows her to upkeep her relationship with the city since lockdown forced the two apart.