Aubrey Malone

Life
1953- [Aubrey Dillon-Malone; poetry as Aubrey Malone]; b. Co. Mayo; moved to Dublin in 1969; worked in journalism; issued The Brothers Behan (1998); The Cynic's Dictionary (1998); Historic Pubs of Dublin (2001); Hemingway (1999); a life of Charles Bukowski as The Hunchback of East Hollywood (q.d.).

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Works
  • Criticism and Macbeth: with scene by scene analysis, character studies, essays on themes, questions (1977);
  • Hollyweird (1995);
  • The Guinness Book of Humorous Irish Anecdotes (1996);
  • It's An Awful World, Thank God: A Quirky Look at Life (1996);
  • Michael Collins [Neil Jordan’s film] (1996);
  • with Brian Behan, The Brothers Behan (1998);
  • comp., The Cynic’s Dictionary (1998, 1999);
  • I Was a Fugitive from a Hollywood Trivia Factory: A Book of Hollywood Lists (1999);
  • Hemingway: The Grace and the Pressure (1999);
  • On the Edge: Psychological Problems of the Famous and Infamous (1999);
  • Funny Peculiar: A Directory of the Daft and Dotty (2001);
  • Historic Pubs of Dublin (2001), ill. Trevor Hart [photos];
  • In Bed with the Enemy (2002), ill. by Andy Seldon;
  • Talk Nation: The Irish on Everything and Anything (Currach Books 2004), 416pp.
Poetry
  • Flight (1981);
  • Pedagogue and Other Poems (2001);
  • Idle Time (Belfast: Lapwing Publ. 2010), 71pp.

 

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