Annemarie is the author of A Parachute in the LIme Tree (The History Press Ireland, March 2012), a novel set in neutral Ireland in 1941. Annemarie’s stories have appeared in various places in the UK, US and Ireland. Short fiction awards include the Columbia Journal prize in the US, a supplementary Bridport prize in the UK and, in Ireland, a Fish prize and the Bryan MacMahon award. A former lawyer, she studied literature at Trinity College Dublin and art history at the Courtauld Institute, London. Annemarie has a particular interest in Venice, past and present, and has written a collection of stories inspired by the city. Irish-born, she lives in London with her husband and sons.
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“@TelegraphTravel: Rail journeys: Stieg Larsson on Trans-Siberian http://t.co/3gAzp0SCTH.” Lively account of 1987 stint w Comrade Samovar
Love it when the shops put on their flowery frocks #ChelseaFlowerShow http://t.co/l8F4piYgOG
The queenly Edna O'Brien @RSLiterature Irish Embassy event read Yeats like the storyteller she is @YeatsDaily http://t.co/HwcQ3rBkLc
Sealand - 'micronation' or illegal fortress? - http://t.co/QJdzcGm2eN via @Independent Surprised no-one's made a film, or have they?
She's wearing my duster #lastyearswinner