Alannah Hopkin's latest book, The Dogs of Inishere, is a colelction of short stories. It was published by the Dalkey Archive Press in 2017. Eating Scenery, West Cork, the People and the Place, a travel
Alannah Hopkin's latest book, The Dogs of Inishere, is a colelction of short stories. It was published by the Dalkey Archive Press in 2017. Eating Scenery, West Cork, the People and the Place, a travel book for The Collins Press, was published in April, 2008, and reprinted as West Cork: the People and the Place in 2016.
She has also published two novels, a travel book about St. Patrick, and two guides to southwest Ireland. Her stories have appeared various publications including the London Magazine, Stand and the Cork Review. Educated at Queen Mary, College, London and Essex University, she has lived in County Cork since 1982. She writes mainly about art, literature and travel, and her work appears regularly in the Irish Examiner, and the Irish Times. She is a contributor to Fodor's Ireland Guide, has worked as a consultant for Touris Ireland, is author of the Insight Guide to Cork and Southwest Ireland, and was consulting editor on Insight's 2008 Ireland guide.
She is a member of the National Union of Journalists and the International Association of Art Critics (AICA). She is represented by the Jonathan Williams Literary Agency, Dublin.
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