His novels include The Eleventh Summer (London, Hamish Hamilton/New York, Dutton 1985); August in July (Hamish Hamilton, 1986); Work and Play (Hamish Hamilton/ New York, Fireside, 1987); Malachy and His Family (Hamish Hamilton, 1990); Life of a Drum (Hamish Hamilton, 1991); The Cure (Hamish Hamilton/New York, Little, Brown & Co. 1994); W.9. & Other Lives (Belfast, Lagan Press 1996/ London & New York, Marion Boyars, 1998); How To Murder a Man (London, Little, Brown & Co. 1998/New York, Marion Boyars Ltd 1999); and The Dead Eight (Dublin, New Island Books, 2011).
He has also written an Autobiography, Father and I: A Memoir (London, Little, Brown, 2000); as well as travel books, including Driving Through Cuba (Hamish Hamilton, 1998); and The Glass Curtain: Inside an Ulster Community (Hamish Hamilton, 1991). He has also written a book of history, The Siege of Derry (Little, Brown & Company, 2005), which gives an account of Derry’s 105-day struggle against the Jacobite army in 1689.
His books for children include Television Genie (Hamish Hamiliton, 1989); and The Witch That Wasn’t (Hamish Hamilton 1990).
He is a member of Aosdána and lives in Enniskillen.
Carlo Gébler at Lagan Press
Carlo Gébler at The National Library of Ireland