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Meet the Authors

Patricia Craig

Patricia Craig was born and grew up in Belfast. She spent many years in London, and returned to live in Northern Ireland in 1999. A highly distinguished critic, reviewer and essayist, she is the author of two biographies, three memoirs, and (with Mary Cadogan) three critical studies. She has edited many anthologies, including The Oxford Book of Ireland, The Belfast Anthology and The Ulster Anthology. She was awarded a Wingate Scholarship in 2002, and has been on the Board of the Seamus Heaney Centre. Volume Three of her extended memoir, Asking for Trouble, is forthcoming.

IRISH PAGES PRESS SHOP: KILCLIEF & OTHER ESSAYS

Author's books

Kilclief & Other Essays

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PATRICIA CRAIG

 

This long-awaited selection of essays and reviews from one of Ireland’s leading critics brings together a wealth of reflection, observation and astute literary comment. It ranges in time from William Carleton to Edna O’Brien, and in subject matter from recent Irish poetry to ghosts, children’s books and MI5.