Ronan Sheehan was born in Dublin in 1953.
His novels are Tennis Players (Dublin, Co-Op Books, 1977); and Foley’s Asia (Dublin, The Lilliput Press, 1999).
His volume of short stories is Boy with an injured eye (Dingle, Brandon Books, 1983).
He has won a Hennessy Literary Award for short stories; The Rooney Award, 1983; and the Arts Council Film Script Award, 1991.
His non-fiction (with Brendan Walsh, photographer) is The Heart of the City (Brandon Books, 1988).
The National Library of Ireland created an archive of his manuscripts in 2003.
He worked on the cultural and political journal The Crane Bag, where he edited a special edition on Latin America. A passionate advocate of the Latin poet Catullus, he edited The Irish Catullus: One Gentleman from Verona (Dublin, A.A. Farmer, 2010).
He lives in Dublin.
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