Individual Author Record
Name: Daniel CurleyPen Name: None Genre: C:ADULT Fiction Born: 1918 in East Bridgeport, Massachusetts Sites:
Illinois ConnectionCurley lived in Urbana and taught at the University of Illinois. Rober Ebert was one of his students.
Biographical and Professional InformationAn educator and editor as well as an author, Daniel Curley was a novelist and short story writer who won O. Henry and Flannery O'Connor awards as well as several arts council awards for his work. An English professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 1955 until his death, he had previously taught at Syracuse University and at Plattsburgh State Teachers College. Curley died as a result of an automobile accident while on vacation in Florida.
*''That Marriage Bed of Procrustes'', Beacon Press, 1957*''How Many Angels'', Beacon Press, 1958*''A Stone Man, Yes : A Novel'', Michael Joseph, 1966*''In the Hands of Our Enemies: Stories-Original Print year 1971'', University of Illinois Press, 1979*''Living ith Snakes'', University of Georgia Press, 1985