Adam Farley

Photo: Julia Brodsky
Photo: Julia Brodsky

Adam Farley is Irish America’s deputy editor. He joined the magazine in 2012, first working as an editorial assistant and then as assistant editor. He holds a Master of Arts in Irish and Irish American Studies from NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House, where he specialized in modern and contemporary Irish poetry. He has published poetry in the journal Mare Nostrum and used to write coupon copy for a defunct West Coast start-up. Adam is from Washington State, attended the University of Washington, and currently lives in Brooklyn.

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