Posts Tagged ‘Seamus Scanlon’

"The Writing Irish of New York" is an indispensible book for anyone interested in writing or reading Irish-American literature.

Ireland comes to Queens to celebrate independent cinema with a screening August 9th of The Long, Wet Grass, based on The McGowan Trilogy.

Philomena Connors reviews the great offerings from Irish cinema at NYC's simultaneously running film festivals, Irish Film America's and Lincoln Center's...

The award winning flash fiction piece which then became  an award winning one act play The Long Wet Grass as part of The McGowan Trilogy (Produced by the...

How it’s New York: Irish Arts Center. How it’s Irish: Irish born Paul Muldoon is a Pulitzer Prize winning poet and one of the most significant post World War 2...

Camille O'Sullivan, says Seamus Scanlon, is in a league of her own: "superstar material."

How it’s New York: Performed in New York as part of 1st Irish Fesitval How it’s Irish:  Trilogy of plays concerning a member of the IRA Séamus...

John Kearns reports back on the Author's Den, a literary event at the Irish Festival in Spring Lake!

Seamus Scanlon's short story collection, "As Close As You'll Ever Be," is too close for comfort.

Charles R. Hale talks to author/playwright Seamus Scanlon,author of "As Close As You'll Ever Be" and a new play, "I Am Harm."

Charles C. Hale at IAWA Salon  How It’s New York: This terrific salon hosted by the Irish American Writers and Artists has begun to be a NYC regular...

How It’s New York: The plays are written by a New York rock legend (Larry Kirwan) and a City College professor (Seamus Scanlon), it’s playing in a cool...