Barry Callaghan


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Barry Callaghan, born in 1937, is a famous Canadian novelist, poet and short story writer. He’s included in all leading anthologies of Canadian literature. His works have been translated into numerous languages. He’s published selections of French, Serbian and Latvian poetry. During 1970s he was a war correspondent from the Middle East and Africa. In the middle of the same decade he founded the Exile magazine, which is still published. He’s won a number of awards. He works as a professor emeritus at the University of York in Toronto.

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