Alan McMonagle has written for radio, published two collections of short stories: Liar, Liar and Psychotic Episodes both of which were nominated for the Frank OConnor Award and contributed stories to many journals in Ireland and North America. He lives in Galway. His debut novel, Ithaca, was published in 2017.
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RT @Sscrutabl3E: Writer's Block? Reader's Block? Eavesdrop on / join in the most fabulous conversation in the café with writers Órfhlaith F…
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Máirtín Ó Cadhain makes for a fine Connemara Kafka. Dual language edition of An Eochair / The Key from Dalkey Archi… https://t.co/rzJCYf0Sfk
by @mcmonaglewriter - 2 hours ago
Next year, it will be 60 years since Tom Murphy and his friend Noel O’Donoghue, waiting in the square in Tuam for t… https://t.co/hD1v6QRYp7
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Writing tips from the great and good. Roddy Doyle #1. Geoff Dyer #10. Anne Enright #1 & #8...
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