About Me

Anthony Quinn Writer
Anthony Quinn was born in 1971 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, and after completing an English degree at Queen's University followed various callings - social worker, counsellor, lecturer, organic market gardener, yoga teacher - before becoming a part-time journalist and full-time father. His short stories have been short-listed twice for a Hennessy/New Irish Writing Award. He was also the runner-up in a Sunday Times New Food Writer competition. Disappeared is his first novel. He works as a reporter in the wilds of County Tyrone. He is represented by Paul Feldstein of the Feldstein Agency.

Latest News

24/9/2014
Disappeared earns highest critical praise

The critical plaudits have come flooding in for Disappeared since the UK and Irish launch in August....   .....>>More Details

11/11/2013
Recent Reading at No Alibis

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25/3/2013
Disappeared nominated for a Strand Critics Award

Disappeared has been selected as one of the five best debut novels of 2012 by book critics from the LA Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The .....>>More Details