Kevin Barry

Kevin Barry

Kevin Barry (born in 1969), a renowned modern Irish writer, author of short stories and novels, one of which, City of Bohane, was honoured with the Dublin Literary Award, outcompeting such authors as Haruki Murakami and Michel Houellebecq. A laureate of numerous other awards, including the European Union Prize for Literature (2012). The bold creator of new forms in literature. He traveled a lot, worked as a freelance journalist, lived in an auto caravan, rendered habitable barracks of the former Royal Irish Police, finally settled down in Dublin due to, he said, the difficulty in transporting a large number of books during relocation.

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