1943- ; b. Dublin; author of Voyovic, and other Stories (1980; in USA as Briggitte
and Other Stories; winner of Brendan Behan Mem. Fellowship [renamed
the Snakeoil Fellowship, the organiser being charged with fraud in Missouri];
also novels, Stolen Air (Wolfhound 1988), The Café Cong (1991); And the Red Light (Wolfhound 1994); Welcome to Gomorrah (Wolfhound 1994); also Rejection, ACT-INN Th., Picadilly 1972), a one-act play produced and directed by Amos Mocadi; lives in Dublin.
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Brigitte (NY: Braziller Press 1981); Voyovic (Dublin: Wolfhound Press, 1981); Rejection (Washington: Willow Springs Press 1983); Stolen Air (Wolfhound Press 1988; USA: Dufour Editions, 1989); The Café Cong (Dublin: Wolfhound Press 1991); Welcome to Gomorrah (Dublin: Wolfhound Press 1995); The Snake Oil Fellowship (US: L.A. Editions 2001).
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[q.a.], Books Ireland interview (Feb. 1995); Richard Hayes, review
of Voyovic, ILS (Fall 1995), p.14. [Defunct web-page at www.authorpoint.com.]