Belinda McKeon's first novel, Solace, won the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize and the Sunday Independent Best Newcomer Award, and was named Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book of the Year in 2011, as well as being shortlisted for the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. Her essays and journalism have appeared in the New York Times, the Paris Review, the Guardian and elsewhere. She grew up in the Irish midlands and now lives in New York. She teaches at Rutgers University.
@BrianLehrer Been off twitter for weeks but had to log in to say how wonderful it is to listen to this woman. DREAMers deserve respect.
by @belindamckeon - 9 days ago
@RuadhanIT It's very funny. The last line is brilliant.
by @belindamckeon - one month ago
@andrewmanganVO @arlenehunt I just don't see the point of it. Yellow, sickly-sweet...mind you I was reared on the awful packet stuff.
RT @eiratansey: Every time a woman friend turns 30 I want to order skywriting for her that says "Welcome to the year you suddenly DGAF and…
RT @liamstack: A lady in Brazil has been praying to a Lord of the Rings action figure for years. She thought it was St. Anthony. https://t.…
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