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Thomas Dillon Redshaw
thomas dillon redshaw is Professor Emeritus of English at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota, the home of the annual O'Shaughnessy Prize for Irish Poetry. He edited the Irish Studies journals Eire-Ireland and New Hibernia Review. Creighton University Press published his Well Dreams: Essays on John Montague in 2004. He is presently at work on a history of Liam Miller's Dolmen Press.
Thomas Dillon Redshaw's work featured in PN Review comprises one article.
Article in PN Review 214 (2013) A Millennial Decade: John F. Deane's Snow Falling on Chestnut Hill