Dorothy Macardle

Dorothy Macardle

Dorothy Macardle (1889-1958) - historian, playwright, journalist, and novelist - was born in Dundalk, Co. Louth. She was educated at Alexandra College in Dublin where she later lectured in English literature. She is best remembered for her seminal treatise on Ireland’s struggle for independence, The Irish Republic (1937), but also wrote novels of the uncanny, including Uneasy Freehold/The Uninvited (1941), Fantastic Summer/The Unforeseen (1946), and Dark Enchantment (1953). She died in Drogheda and is buried in St. Fintan's Cemetery, Sutton.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee February 26, 2016
Book Covers
The Uninvited
Earth-Bound and Other Supernatural Tales

Speculative Fiction Novels (2)


2016 | horror, short stories

1941 | horror