Liadán Hynes

Liadán Hynes is an Irish journalist who writes for many publications, including the Sunday Independent, the Irish Independent, and Image. Her first book, the bestselling How to Fall Apart, was published by Hachette in 2020.

Liadán hosts How to Fall Apart: A Podcast About Picking up Pieces, which examines how people coped or didn’t cope during difficult times. She co-authored Perfectly Imperfect (2023), a memoir by Ellen Keane, an Irish Paralympic swimmer.

Liadán Hynes is also a founding member and editor of the online magazine Rogue Collective.

Liadán Hynes lives in Dublin with her young daughter.

Photo credit: Kip Carroll


Jionah Carohas quoted17 days ago
. I hope that my story told here validates what you are feeling, and that this book is a place for you to turn to when you’re feeling alone or conflicted. Hopefully you will be able to find something within these pages that might help set you on the right path.
Blondie Paulushas quoted11 hours ago
I know how bad the demons in your head can get, how paralysing thoughts can be, how you might not even recognise the extent of the negative self-talk you’re subjecting yourself to. I want to highlight the power of the negative,
Blondie Paulushas quoted11 hours ago
but also of the positive things you can say to yourself. And to look at all the things that are in your control which you can do to make yourself feel better, the pillars of your life that will help you to love yourself.
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