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us: McCarthy, Tom, 1969 May 22-



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    • us: McCarthy, Thomas Patrick, 1969 May 22-
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    • found: McCarthy, Tom. C, 2010: E-Cip t.p. (Tom McCarthy)
    • found: LC data base, Feb. 9, 2010: (hdg.: McCarthy, Tom, 1969 May 22-)
    • found: Navigation was always a difficult art, 2002: t.p. (Tom McCarthy) inside front cover (General secretary International Necronautical Society) BL AL sent 20 Mar. 2006
    • found: BL AL recd. 26 Apr. 2006 (Tom Patrick McCarthy, born 22 May 1969)
    • found: His Remainder, 2007: CIP t.p. (Tom McCarthy) pub. blurb (b. 1969; 1st novel; he is known for the reports, manifestos, and media interventions he has made as General Secretary of the International Necronautical Society (INS); he is an artist; lives in London, England)
    • found: Satin Island, 2015: CIP t.p. (Tom McCarthy)
    • found: 2014-09-02 e-mail fr. B. Sallee: (Tom McCarthy; "The author's full name is Thomas Patrick McCarthy, and he was born on May 22nd 1969. He is a UK citizen")
    • found: Wikipedia 2014-09-03: ("Tom McCarthy is a writer and artist. He was born in London in 1969 and lives in central London. McCarthy grew up in Greenwich, south London and was educated at Dulwich College (1978 to 1986) and later New College, Oxford, where he studied English literature . . . . Since 1999 McCarthy has been 'general secretary' of a 'semi-fictitious organisation' he co-founded with his friend the philosopher Simon Critchley called the International Necronautical Society (INS) '"devoted to mind-bending projects that would do for death what the Surrealists had done for sex'. . . . McCarthy is currently working on a new novel provisionally titled Satin Island . . . ")
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    • PR6113.C369
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    • 2010-02-09: new
    • 2014-09-03: revised
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