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


Blondie Paulushas quoted5 months ago
When you have a difference, adapting to situations is a skill that you learn from a very young age. So when things happen now, and there might be a bit of panic, I’m able to think outside the box a lot more easily than other people because I have learned there is always more than one way of doing something.
Blondie Paulushas quoted5 months ago
I do things for me, and I am comfortable in my own individuality.
cgeometrehas quoted5 months ago
Ever since I have learned to embrace my arm and my body, I’ve made it my mission to put myself out there as much as possible, and to try and be a role model, to be that person for
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