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Karl O’Hanlon grew up in Purdsyburn. He has written essays on W. B. Yeats, John Milton, and Denis Devlin. His first pamphlet And Now They Range is to be published in autumn by Guillemot Press.
Karl O'Hanlon's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry and two reviews, over a period of four years. Also available is one review of Karl O'Hanlon's work.