Seanchaí
Short Literary Fiction

Managing Editor, Dave Kavanagh selects fiction from established and emerging authors worthy of the title Seanchaí

Come a Morning all Shall be Revealed, contemplative fiction by Maggie Harris

This piece by Maggie Harris takes the reader on a contemplative journey through dreams and memories.

The Trouble with Centaurs, short fiction by Joshua Martyn Edwards

Joshua Martyn Edwards accidentally aced a BA and an MA in Creative Writing and is now working on his PhD.

Who By Wild Beast, short fiction by By Carolyn Geduld

Carolyn Geduld’s novel ‘Take Me Out The Back’ is due from Black Rose Writers in 2020

‘Lights and Stones’ short fiction by Gerry McCullough

Gerry McCullough’s first novel, Belfast Girls, published by Night Publishing in 2010, was a #1 bestseller on paid UK Kindle. It was republished in 2012 by Precious Oil Publications.

‘Ghost Story’ short fiction by Gavan Duffy

Gavan Duffy was shortlisted for a Hennessy Award in Emerging Poery in 2014. he is a member of Platform One Writers group.

‘Opting out’ short fiction by Niles Reddick

Niles Reddick is author of the novel Drifting too far from the Shore, the collection Road Kill Art and Other Oddities, and the novella Lead Me Home.

‘Pot’ Short fiction by Susan Elsley

Susan Elsley's, 'Pot' deals with the theme of loss with wisdom and sensitivity.

‘The Gifts of Troy’ short fiction by Thomas M. McDade

With prose reminiscent of J.D Salinger, Thomas McDade story is a coming of age tale with a difference.

‘I Know This Is Too Strange’ fiction by Kate Mahony

Kate Mahony’s fiction has been shortlisted in a number of international competitions. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Victoria University, Wellington.

‘Road Safety’ short fiction by Thomas Pia

Emerging author, Thomas Pia has been awarded certificates of merit in The Pushkin Prize, The National Galleries Creative Writing Prize, and the Foyle Young Poet’s Prize.

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