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Evelyn Conlon

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Evelyn Conlon, born 1952 in County Monaghan. She lived for a number of years in Australia and has travelled extensively in Asia. Her short stories have appeared in many publications and anthologies. She was editor of An Cloigeann is a Luach while writer-in-residence in Limerick. Her novels are Stars in the Daytime (1989) and A Glassful of Letters (1998), her short story collections, My Head is Opening (1987), Taking Scarlet as a Red Colour, (1993), the title story of which was performed at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival, and Telling: New and Selected Stories (2000).