Intended for anyone who loves to read, "In Exile" offers stories of love, sorrow, hope and quiet desperation. From the tale of a body on a fishing trawler to the city dwelling island man, it offers powerful glimpses of modern Ireland. Written in an evocative style, the stories convey the emotions and feelings of real people as they deal with real circumstances.
Billy O'Callaghan is from Cork. He has won the 2005 George A. Birmingham Short Story Award, the 2006 Lunch Hour Stories Prize, and the 2007 Molly Keane Creative Writing Award. His short stories have also been shortlisted for a number of Awards, including: The 2003 Sean O'Faolain Short Story Award; the 2004 RTE Radio 1 Francis MacManus Short Story Award, the 2005 Pencil Short Story Prize and the 2006 Faulkner/Wisdom Award. His short stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine (USA), The Bellevue Literary Review (USA), Ireland's Issues (Ireland), Elysian Fields Quarterly (USA), The Evening Echo (Ireland), Great Mystery & Suspense (USA), The Holly Bough (Ireland), Ireland's Own (Ireland), Lunch Hour Stories (USA), New Fiction (United Kingdom), Southword (Ireland), Versal (Holland), and others.
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