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Eimear McBride
Eimear McBride is the author of two novels: The Lesser Bohemians (winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize) and A Girl is a Half-formed Thing (winner of the Women’s Prize, Goldsmiths Prize, Irish Novel of the Year and others). She was the inaugural Creative Fellow at the Beckett Research Centre, University of Reading and is a regular contributor to RTE and BBC radio. In the TLS survey of the best British and Irish contemporary writers she placed at #5. She writes and reviews for the Guardian, New Statesman, Irish Times and the TLS. She lives in London.

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In conversation: Jamie Quatro and Eimear McBride

Interview

March 2019

Eimear McBride

Jamie Quatro

Interview

March 2019

In September 2018, I was invited to speak at a seminar entitled ‘Sex & the Contemporary Novel’ at the University of Toronto. Jamie Quatro...

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poetry

May 2014

Rain on the Roof (to James Schuyler)

David Andrew

poetry

May 2014

Degrees of distance Who all died at different dates, known to each other: not just in the human race...

Interview

July 2014

Interview with Geoff Dyer

Tom Overton

Interview

July 2014

‘I’ve always believed that an artist is someone who turns everything that happens to him to his advantage’, Geoff...

Interview

September 2016

Interview with Garth Greenwell

Michael Amherst

Interview

September 2016

Garth Greenwell’s debut novel What Belongs to You has won praise on both sides of the Atlantic. Edmund White...

 

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