Bernard MacLaverty was born in Belfast in 1942 and educated at St. Malachys College. He worked for ten years as a medical laboratory technician before taking a B.A. degree in English at Queens University in 1974. A number of his short stories were broadcast on the BBC and Radio Eireann in the 1960s and were later collected in Secrets and Other Stories (1977) and in later collections.
“Jim Scroggy,” no date, four pages.
“St. Paul Could Hit the Nail on the Head,” 30 Nov 1971.
“The choice,” no date, two pages.
“The Deep End,” 14 Feb 1972.
“The interview,” no date, eight pages.
“Wiglaf the viking,” no date, four pages.
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