Juan JoséDelaney

Juan José Delaney nació en Buenos Aires (Argentina) en 1954. Profesor de Letras y Doctor en Lenguas Modernas, es docente, investigador y escritor.

Más allá de numerosas colaboraciones periodísticas y académicas en medios nacionales y extranjeros, es autor de los siguientes libros: Papeles del desierto (cuentos, 1974-2004), Tréboles del sur (cuentos, 1994), Moira Sullivan (novela, 1999), Marco Denevi y la sacra ceremonia de la escritura (biografía, 2006), Memoria de Theophilus Flynn (nouvelle, 2012), What, Che? Integration, Adaptation and Assimilation of the Irish-Argentine Community through Its Language and Literature (ensayo, 2017), y Borges and Irish Writing (ensayo, 2018).

Para el teatro escribió La viuda de O’Malley (comedia dramática, 2005).
Fundó y dirigió la revista El gato negro, dedicada a la literatura policial y de misterio.


Born in Buenos Aires in 1954, Juan José Delaney holds a PhD in Modern Languages from Universidad del Salvador and is Professor of Letters, having served as head of the 20th Century Argentine Literature for more than 25 years at the USAL.

Narrator and essayist, he has published Papeles del desierto (short stories), Tréboles del sur (short stories related to the Irish immigrants in Argentina), Moira Sullivan (novel), Memoria de Theophilus Flynn (nouvelle), What, Che? Integration, Adaptation and Assimilation of the Irish-Argentine Community through Its Language and Literature (essay) and Borges and Irish Writing (essay).

As a playwright, he is the author of La viuda de O’Malley (dramatic comedy).