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.
Meanwhile, (many)dudes, keep tweeting about that rugby or football match or whatever while your fellow citizens' bodily rights are voted on
by @belindamckeon - 18 hours ago
RT @JaneSuit: The #citizensassembly vote demonstrates the value of calm deliberation, rationality and listening to the people. Media shoul…
RT @missmarymcgill: Thinking today of all the women who have been impacted by the 8th Amendment. A new day is coming. https://t.co/WGD2GXg…
RT @GoChaela: So plot twist the citizens are woke as fuck #CitizensAssembly
@incogellen I re-read Emma Donoghue's HOOD lately and it really holds up. Lesbian protagonist in early 90s Dublin, grieving partner.
by @belindamckeon - 2 days ago
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