Thomas E. Kennedy's books include novels, story and essay collections, literary criticism, translation, and anthologies. His essays won a National Magazine Award in 2008, and his fiction has been awarded several other prizes. He teaches at the Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA program. Born and raised in New York, Kennedy currently lives in Copenhagen with his two children.
His Copenhagen Quartet comprises four independent novels about the souls and seasons, the light and jazz and serving houses of the Danish capital. The US publisher has chosen to publish these stand-alone books in a different sequence to their publication order in Europe - starting with the third volume in the quartet, Greene's Summer but with a different title; and following with the fourth.
Starting in 2010, Bloomsbury US and UK began to reissue the Copenhagen Quartet as:
In the Company of Angels (2010)
Falling Sideways (2011)
Kerrigan in Copenhagen, A Love Story (2013)
Beneath the Neon Egg (2014).
More about the author at his website
This biography was last updated on 04/08/2013.
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