Anthony Glavin

1946- ; b. Boston, of Irish extraction; settled in Ireland; author of stories, One for Sorrow (Poolbeg 1980); ed. Irish Press ‘New Irish Writing’; Nighthawk Alley (New Island Press 1997), 150pp., novel dealing with expatriates in Boston, earlier based on his own short story in Phoenix Irish Short Stories (1997); also included in Penguin Book of Irish Short Stories, ed. by Colm Tóibín (1999); serves as commissioning editor of New Island Books, 1987-88; occas. reviews for the Irish Times (e.g., a study of President Ronald Reagan by his alienated namesake son, 16 April 2011).

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