Keith Ridgway

Keith Ridgway was born in 1965 in Dublin. His novella Horses first appeared in Faber First Fictions in 1997 and was followed in 1998 by his critically acclaimed first novel The Long Falling, which has since been awarded both the prestigious Prix Femina Etranger and Premier Roman Etranger in France. His stories have appeared in various anthologies in Ireland, Britain and the United States. His collection of stories, Standard Time, won the Rooney Prize in 2001. His most recent novel, The Parts, was published by Faber in 2003. He lives in London.Find out more by visiting Keith's website here.

Books by Keith Ridgway

Horses is the story of a storm, and of grief and arson and revenge. A priest, a doctor and a policeman, on a single wild night south of Dublin, struggle ...

The stories in this collection by Keith Ridgway bring to life a strange, changing Dublin, full of pathos and wry humour; a city haunted by its future as much as ...

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