There’s art imitating life, and then there’s art taking on a virtual life of its own.

At the James Joyce Centre this week, that’s what you’ll find. It’s an installation involving an unlikely pairing: cutting-edge 3D virtual reality meets the most important novel of the twentieth century — the most important, and perhaps the funniest….

For James Joyce’s Ulysses, says Professor Joe Nugent of Boston College, "might be the funniest book you’ll never read." Never read? Never experience? Well, here comes Joycestick.

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Joycestick, he says, will bring Ulysses to life for those who might not get round to reading the 'great book' on the top of all our bucket lists… Find out more about it here.