Phil Hanrahan

Phil Hanrahan is the author of the football book Life After Favre. He has taught college writing, worked for Oxford University Press-NY and Zola Books, served as media aide to a former presidential candidate, and teamed with an Emmy-winning director on a documentary film about a journey through the Canadian Arctic’s legendary Northwest Passage. His essay about a Green Bay Packers sports bar in a tiny Kansas farm town appeared in the 2014 anthology Come Here Often? 53 Writers on Their Favorite Bar, joining work by contributors Laura Lippman, Darin Strauss, Alissa Nutting, Evie Wyld, James Sallis, Kate Christiansen, and more. Educated at Middlebury College, Oxford University, and Duke, he currently lives in New York City. Follow Phil on Twitter @hanrahanNY.

Contributions

October 16, 2015

Writer’s Notes is a series that invites writers to detail their projects at any stage in their process. In this third installment by author Phil Hanrahan, he discusses his research trip and continuing work on a book about the Burren College of Art in western Ireland’s singular Burren region. The book is currently titled Moonlight in County Clare.

February 4, 2015

Writer’s Notes is a series that invites writers to detail their projects at any stage in their process. In this second installment by author Phil Hanrahan, he discusses his research trips and work on a book about the Burren College of Art in western Ireland’s singular Burren region. The book is currently titled Moonlight in County Clare. You can read Phil’s first installment here.

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August 13, 2014

Writer's Notes is a series that invites writers to detail their projects at any stage in their process. In the inaugural post, author Phil Hanrahan examines the provenance and initial research for his tentatively titled book, A Couple, A Castle, A Dream, which takes him to Ballyvaughan, Ireland and the Burren College of Art.

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