‘Destination: Port of New York, 23 December 1929’ by Maggie Sawkins

    Even though your name is there on the SS Cameronia’s passenger list: Regina M Keohane, scholar aged eight, of sound mind and body, you were the one sister left behind in Aughnacliffe, along with your Grandda’s blue cow and your milk bottle doll. But if you had gone I would not have been born. I wouldn’t have spent my life caught in an … Continue reading ‘Destination: Port of New York, 23 December 1929’ by Maggie Sawkins