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Anne Griffin

Anne Griffin is the recipient of the John McGahern Award for Literature.

Previously shortlisted for The Hennessy New Irish Writing Award and The Sunday Business Post Short Story competition, Anne’s work has appeared in The Irish Times and The Stinging Fly, amongst others.

Anne's debut novel, When All Is Said, will be published in 2019 by Hodder's Sceptre imprint in the UK and Ireland, and St Martin's Press; Thomas Dunne Books imprint in the US and Canada. It will be translated into five other languages.

Genres: Literary Fiction
   When All Is Said (2019)
   Listening Still (2021)
   The Island of Longing (2023)
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