Reading at the IAW&A

I was honoured to read one of my stories at the Irish American Writers & Artists salon in November.

Photo by Dan Brown

Making his debut at the salon, James Rogers read his short story, “Writing Songs for Lady Gaga,” about a roguish father’s lies and a boy’s use of imagination to cope with hard times.  Originally from Leitrim, Jim teaches math at the U.N. School. His tale was warmly received by the audience and we look forward to more from him.

By Maureen Hossbacher

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James Rogers

James Rogers lives in New York and is a teacher at the United Nations International School. Originally from Ireland, his short fiction has appeared in The First Line, The Galway Review and Close to the Bone.

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