Here are some of the articles, interviews and reviews written and published about Frank Delaney, his books, events, programs, and broadcasts.
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Frank hosts The Today Show's Who Knew Quiz for Saint Patrick's Day
The Economist profiles Frank and his Re:Joyce podcast project, calling him a "literary detective" and an "unabashed populariser" of Joyce's Ulysses.
Scott Simon and Frank talk about the storytelling tradition of Ireland
Frank picks his five best books about Ireland
Diane and Frank talk about romance, Valentines Day and The Matchmaker of Kenmare
Frank answers 21 Questions about living in New York and more...
The New Yorker suggests that Frank can tell us what all the Bloomsday fuss is about in his Re:Joyce podcast project, profiled here...
Scott Simon and Frank talk about Re:Joyce, Frank's weekly podcast project deconstructing Ulysses in free five minute episodes
Winston-Salem Journal, by Tom Dillon
The Star-Ledger, by Tom Deignan
Mansfield News Journal, by Terry Mapes
The Free Lance-Star, by Drew Gallagher
Star Tribune, by Laurie Hertzel
USA Today, by Susan Kelly
Library Journal, by Susan Clifford Braun
Daily American, by Vicki Rock
Las Vegas Review Journal, by Lindsey Losnedahl
Washington Post, by Bill Sheehan
Midwest Irish Focus, by Pete Maher
The Country And Abroad, by Staff
Litchfield County Times, by Kathryn Boughton
By Dermot Purgavie, New York
Irish independent, by Joe Jackson
By Anne Hailes for the Irish News
BBC, by BBC Interview
Launceston Examiner, by Julian Burgers
Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times, Australia, by Frank O'Shea
Courier Mail, Brisbane Australia
Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin
The Boston Globe, by Michael Kenney
Booklist, by Roland Green
Navy League of the United States, by David W. Munns
Associated Press, by Norman N. Brown
Richmond Times Dispatch (Virginia)
The Washington Post
Christian Science Monitor
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Booklist (An ALA publication)
The Advocate (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
Irish independent, by Joe Jackson
RTE, by Katie Moten
Sunday Herald, by Edd McCracken
Scotland on Sunday, by Tom Adair
Aberdeen Evening Express, by Laura McLachlan
Waterstones Quarterly, by Edward Rutherfurd
Reviewed by Helen Isaac
Irish News, by Anne Haile
There are three photographs of Frank Delaney that you may use provided you credit the photographer, Jerry Bauer.
The newspaper The Columbia Missourian" covered the "Story of Your Life" twitter challenge, featuring Steven Wise, winner of the twallenge, as Frank calls it. Wise shares some interesting insights on taking part in the challenge, saying that even though it appeared impossible to him to sum up a life of experiences in a couple sentences or even a book, "it was an exercise and it grabbed me, and I wanted to give it a go." Read more and see the winning tweet here..
Starred Review from Publisher's Weekly
"The riveting final installment of Delaney's Ben McCarthy trilogy. Long-time fans will relish its conclusion, while new readers will quickly warm to Delaney's vividly described Ireland of the 1950s, its fully-realized inhabitants, and the dynamic political and personal relationships that make for a remarkable story. (Feb.)"
One of Frank Delaney's most endearing new projects, a series of short stories produced as e-books called, "Storytellers," began as a means of introducing his novel "The Last Storyteller," in which the character of an itinerant Irish Seanchai is central to the plot.