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This listing is provided as a service for members of the university and others interested in Frank O’Connor Studies and Irish Studies. Visitors to this website may e-mail suggestions for this page to the site administrator - h.lennon@ucc.ie .

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Archives Service, Boole Library, University College Cork Library
Full details of archival holdings relating to O’Connor and his contemporaries

School of English, University College Cork
Details of taught courses and research specialisms

CACSSS website
Full details of the services and courses being offered by University College Cork’s College of Arts, Celtic Studies & Social Sciences.

CACSSS research website
Details of the research and projects being carried out by University College Cork’s College of Arts, Celtic Studies & Social Sciences.

Munster Literature Centre
Information about their yearly Cork International Short Story Festival; the site includes an interview with O’Connor’s widow, Harriet O’Donovan Sheehy, and information on Munster writers.

The Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award
The award is now recognised as the single largest prize in the world for a short-story collection.

National Library of Ireland
Details of their Frank O’Connor holdings:

The Paris Review
Frank O'Connor, ‘The Art of Fiction’, Interviewed by Anthony Whittier. O’Connor discusses his life and writings.

The Frank O’Connor Papers at the University of Florida
A guide to the collection of O’Connor’s manuscripts, journals, and other papers owned by the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.

Information regarding Frank O’Connor’s Literary Rights
An online connection to the Literary Agent for the Frank O’Connor Estate.

IASIL, The International Association for the Study of Irish Literature

BAIS, British Association for Irish Studies

ACIS, The American Conference for Irish Studies

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