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Mary O’Donoghue

Mary O’Donoghue, an Irish writer living in Boston and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is fiction editor of AGNI and has been part of the editorial team since 2010. Her stories have appeared in Granta, The Georgia Review, The Kenyon Review, The Irish Times, Stinging Fly, Dublin Review, and elsewhere. She is a novelist (Before the House Burns, The Lilliput Press, 2010), poet (Among These Winters, Dedalus Press, 2007; Tulle, Salmon Poetry, 2001), and translator of Irish-language poetry. Her awards and recognition include longlisting for the Sunday Times/EFG Short Story Award in 2015, two Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowships, residencies at Vermont Studio Center and Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and the Irish Times prize for short fiction responding to economic crisis. She teaches in the Arts and Humanities division of Babson College in Massachusetts. (updated 12/2017)

AGNI has published the following work by Mary O’Donoghue:

L. casei Immunitas
Loud Children

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