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Frank Delaney was born in Tipperary, Ireland, at a time and place where itinerant storytellers still haunted the country. A career in broadcasting, first in Ireland and then in Britain, earned him fame across the United Kingdom. Several of his nonfiction books were bestsellers in the UK, including The Celts and James Joyce's Odyssey. In addition, he's been a judge for the Booker Prize and writes frequently for American and British publications on literary and historical subjects. He now lives with his wife, Diane Meier, in New York and Connecticut.