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.
We asked some of our Picador authors to share the Man Booker books they've loved most since the prize's inception in 1969.
Saw some of this exhibition going up yesterday. It is wonderful work, as is the source and inspiration... https://t.co/1CrEBalbF2
by @mcmonaglewriter - yesterday
@jackiepoetry Looks like a book bed. Happy reading :)
by @mcmonaglewriter - 3 days ago
Thanks a lot @dubcilib for hosting myself and the wonderful Elizabeth Reapy today. https://t.co/puO8e6KN3W
@jackiepoetry I have the very same edition. Worth it for the introduction alone, methinks.
RT @RowanHLB: Are you a writer? Have you ever wanted to live in a library? @gladlib is taking applications for their writer's residency unt…