Steven G. Farrell at wikipedia
Steven G. Farrell is an Associate Professor in the Speech & Theatre Department at Greenville Technical College in Greenville, South Carolina, where he has been for the past ten years. He is also the author of 11 books (5 novels, 2 plays, 2 collections of stories and essays, 1 screenplay and 1 collection of poems).
He is from Kenosha, Wisconsin where the first of his family settled back in 1848.
After a tour of duty in West Germany with the Army, he earned his B.A from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and his M.A from Northern Illinois University. Farrell has been teaching for the past thirty years, including stints in Japan and Saudia Arabia.
Stops in the United States included Texas A&M University, the University of South Carolina-Upstate, UW-Parkside, Lakeland College in West Allis, Wisconsin and Ottawa University in Brookfield, Wisconsin. He teaches Public Speaking, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Speech-Communication, Media & Society and Intercultutal Communication.
Steve Farrell is an ardent baseball fan. He has seen all thirty major league teams play at their home stadiums. His favorite shall always be Wrigley Field home of the Chicago Cubs.
Steve is also a wanderer who has been to forty-nine states and over two dozen countries. He ranks Ireland, England, Japan Argentina and India as his favorite countries.
Steven G. Farrell is also a keen scholar in the realm of the Irish-American people in popular culture, film, literature and sports. He has presented two papers at the American Conference for Irish Studies: Savvannah, Georgia in 2008 and Madison, Wisconsin in 2011. He is also a member of the Irish-American Writers & Artists.
Steven G. Farrell have been on three radio shows: 'Echoes of Erin' (Pittsburgh, PA), 'Lou Rugani's Remembering Old Kenosha,' and 'Happenings' (Kenosha, Wisconsin.
He has also been interviewed by the Irish American Post, the Kenosha News and the Liverpool Echo.