Seamas Mac Annaidh born Dublin 1961, and grew up and was educated Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh.
His novels are Cuaifeach Mo Londubh Buí (Baila Átha Cliath, Coiscéim 1983); Mo Dhá Mhicí (Coiscéim 1986); Rubble Na Mickies (Coiscéim, 1990); An Deireadh (Coiscéim, 1996) and Diosco De (Coiscéim, 2006).
His short story collections are Féirín, Scéalta agus Eile (Coiscéim, 1992) and Mr Lisa agus an Gramofón (Coiscéim, 2005).
He also translated Italian novel Un Filo di Fumo by Andrea Camilleri into Irish as Colun Deataigh (Coiscéim, 1998).
In English he has published Fermanagh Books, Writers and Newspapers of the Nineteenth Century (Enniskillen and Belfast, Marmara Denizi, 1999); Irish History Micropedia (Bath, Avon, Parragon, 1999); and was contributing editor of Fermanagh and 1798 (Tempo Historical Society 2000); Illustrated Dictionary of Irish History (Dublin, Gill & MacMillan 2001); Fermanagh Miscellany I & 2 (Fermanagh Authors’ Association 2007/8). Other published works include Les Noisettes de Lannion (a travelogue, Rennes 1997) and a book for children in Irish and Basque An Gasur nar thaitin Madaidh leis (Bilbao 2000).
His first novel was translated into Russian.
He lives in Co. Fermanagh.
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