Dermot McEvoy was born in Dublin in 1950. For 25 years he was an editor/writer for Publishers Weekly magazine.
He is the author of five books including the novels "The 13th Apostle: A Novel of Michael Collins and the Irish Uprising," "Terrible Angel: A Novel of Michael Collins in New York," "Our Lady of Greenwich Village," and two nonfiction works: "Irish Miscellany" and "The Little Book of Irish Wisdom."
He lives in Jersey City, NJ.
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Chris Matthew's Trump-as-Koufax analogy was way off base.
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Half Irish, half Jewish, all rebel, Barney Rosset fought censorship all his life.
The former lead singer of the Black 47 band has a new play which takes a fresh look at Dr. Noel Browne’s notorious “Mother and Child” scheme.
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The Ladies and Narcan will be featured at this year's event in Atlantic City.
No TVs, no cellphones, just people chatting, often working, and enjoying the calm of this secret bar in Dublin city center, dating from 1887.
Pulitzer prize-winning journalist was a unique New York writing talent.