ROBERT FLANAGAN

CONTACT:
Robert Flanagan
181 North Liberty St.
Delaware, OH 43015
740-369-4820
rflanaga@​columbus.rr.com

Island Writers' Retreat, 2009

READINGS,TALKS & WORKSHOPS


Robert Flanagan has been a visiting writer and workshop leader at numerous colleges, universities, libraries and civic organizations. Besides reading from his fiction and poetry, or serving as guest playwright for a production of one of his stage plays, he gives talks on topics such as:

VOICE IN FICTION

EXPECTATION AND SURPRISE IN POETRY

THE VOICE WITHIN US RISES UP: LISTENING TO YOUR MUSE

IRISH HISTORY IN POETRY AND SONG

SPEECH, SCENE, SEQUENCE, SPINE: STRUCTURE IN SCREENPLAY


His visits have been successful and his fees are reasonable. Contact him via the QUICK LINKS E-Mail listed below.


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REPLY TO AN EVICTION NOTICE, Selected Poems, trade paper, 104 pp, Bottom Dog Press, autographed, $15.00







LOVING POWER, a novella and six stories, trade paperback, 152 pp, Bottom Dog Press, autographed, $10.00







MAGGOT, best-selling USMC novel, now in the 40 year anniversary edition, trade paperback from Bottom Dog Press, autographed, $20.00







STORY HOUR, eleven short stories, 116 pp ,trade paperback, published 2014 Bottom Dog Press, autographed, $20.00







JUPUS REDEYE, stageplay, two act comedy, paperback, 133 pp, Boru Books, autograped, $7.50







FIGHT NIGHT, collection of short stories from XOXOX PRESS, autographed, $20.00.












SELECTED WORKS

POETRY
Selected Poems, 1969-2009, Bottom Dog Press
FICTION
A hard-hitting, best-selling novel about U.S. Marine Corps boot camp at Parris Island.
Each of these stories is a fine little film, speckled with credible dialogue from nuanced personae, shaded with bittersweet longing and generous humor.
Prizewinning collection of stories about the war between men and women, praised by reviewers nationwide.
Stories filled with conflict and comedy
ESSAY
A brief personal essay on amateur boxing.
STAGE PLAY
A scientist comes to see his invention, a Humanoid Automated Reconnaissance Body, as a difficult "teenage son."
A two act dramatic comedy with occasional music set in 1912 in Liberty Center, Ohio.