Mike McCormack is an award-winning novelist and short story writer from Mayo. His previous work includes Getting it in the Head (1995), Crowe’s Requiem (1998), Notes from a Coma (2005), which was shortlisted for the Irish Book of the Year Award, and Forensic Songs (2012). In 1996 he was awarded the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature and in 2007 he was awarded a Civitella Ranieri Fellowship. He lives in Galway.
A reissue of Mike McCormack's celebrated first novel, with an afterword by the author, reflecting on his work.In this reissue of the author's celebrated 1997 debut collection, we enter a world where the infatuation with ...Quick View
In his second collection of short stories, Mike McCormack joins head and heart in a series of tales which weave a fluid vision of a world morphing between the real and the hyperreal.In his second collection of short stor ...Quick View
Once a year, on All Souls Day, it is said that the dead may return; Solar Bones tells the story of one such visit. Set in the west of Ireland as the recession is about to strike, this novel is a portrait of one man's exp ...Quick View
Getting It in the Head is richly imaginative, bitterly funny, powerful and original. This edition includes a new Afterword, in which the author reflects on his early work.This reissue of the author's celebrated 1997 debu ...Quick View
In twelve stories McCormack's characters find themselves trying to hold onto their identities in a world where love is too often and too easily obscured.In his second collection of short stories, Mike McCormack joins hea ...Quick View