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Willy Maley is the son of James Maley, one of the last surviving members of the International Brigade.From the Calton to Catalonia, a play based on his father's experiences as a POW in Spain in 1937, was staged at The Tramway Theatre, Glasgow, in 2004. He is Professor of Renaissance Studies at the University of Glasgow and co-founded, with Philip Hobsbaum, the Glasgow's Creative Writing Master's course.
Willy Maley's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 170 (2006) On My Father's Refusal to Renew his Subscription to The Beijing Review