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Rob Doyle


Rob Doyle was born in Dublin, and holds a first-class honours degree in Philosophy and an MPhil in Psychoanalysis from Trinity College Dublin.

His novel, Here Are the Young Men, was first published by the Lilliput Press, and is now published by Bloomsbury. Robs fiction, essays, and criticism have appeared in The Dublin Review, The Stinging Fly, Gorse, The Moth, The Penny Dreadful and elsewhere. His work has appeared on RTÉ national radio and the BBC World Service, and has been translated into French and Serbian.

Having spent several years in Asia, South America, the US, Sicily, and London, he currently lives in Rosslare Harbour ,County Wexford.
   Here Are the Young Men (2014) (with Robert Doyle)
   Threshold (2020)
   This Is the Ritual (2016)
Anthologies edited
Non fiction show
Rob Doyle recommends
Prophet Song (2023)
Paul Lynch
"The work of a master novelist, Prophet Song is a stunning, midnight vision whose themes are at once ancient and all too timely: fear, complicity, resistance, and what becomes of us when hell rises to our homeland."
Sanderson's Isle (2023)
James Clarke
"A feisty, subversive countervision of England's lost futures and buried longings."
Kala (2023)
Colin Walsh
"A debut novel of skill and fire, Kala crackles with passion as it depicts the urgent bonds of youth and the monsters that emerge when we peer into the past."

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