Glenn Meade

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Glenn Meade
Born 1957 (age 56–57)
Finglas, Ireland
Occupation Novelist, playwright
Nationality Irish
Notable work(s) Snow Wolf, Resurrection Day, The Second Messiah, The Romanov Conspiracy

Glenn Meade is an Irish author. He was born in Finglas, Dublin in 1957. He has written fiction and plays.

Career[edit]

In the 1980s Meade wrote and directed a number of his own plays for the Strand Theatre in Dublin. He originally worked as a pilot trainer for Aer Lingus, before becoming a journalist for The Irish Times and Irish Independent newspapers. In 1994, he released his first novel, Brandenburg, which garnered much critical acclaim. Meade now writes full-time.

His books have been translated into many languages, including Swedish, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, and Turkish.

In total, Meade has been translated into 26 languages. His next work, THE SECOND MESSIAH, will be published in English in summer 2011, by Simon & Schuster in New York. Meade divides his time between Ireland, and on occasion the USA.

He was one of the Irish delegates at the European Writers Conference in Istanbul in 2010.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Fiction[edit]

  • Brandenburg (1994)
  • Snow Wolf (1996)
  • The Sands of Sakkara (1999)
  • Resurrection Day (2002)
  • Web of Deceit (2004)
  • The Devil's Disciple (2006)[2]
  • The Second Messiah (2010)
  • Seconds to Disaster (2012, with Ray Rohan)
  • The Romanov Conspiracy (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wall, William (1 December 2010). "The Complexity of Others: The Istanbul Declaration of The European Writers’ Conference". Irish Left Review. Retrieved 1 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "Turn over a new leaf: read to your kids!". Irish Independent. 1 November 2006. Retrieved 7 September 2010.