A S H Smyth

ASH Smyth is a freelance writer and reviewer (and former singer, soldier, school teacher, and bricky's labourer). He now lives in the Falkland Islands.

ASH Smyth reflects on South Africa’s historic 1995 Rugby World Cup win

ASH Smyth recounts his one experience of ‘running’ 26.2 miles

Notes on Colombo’s books and bookmen in the time of Covid-19

Help me trace Gunner Costello, the fast bowler who may have survived a Court-Martial

A S H Smyth on Andrew Fidel Fernando’s Upon a Sleepless Isle, winner of the 2019 Gratiaen Prize

A S H Smyth remembers his Quaker ancestors killed June 5, during the Irish rebellion of 1798

A S H Smyth pays a visit to one of his favourite places in Colombo

A S H Smyth discovers a true English literary eccentric, born on this day in 1912