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Non-Fiction by Non-Men: Sinéad Gleeson, interviewed by Céillie Clark-Keane

Even a global pandemic won’t stop Non-Fiction by Non-Men! I took this month off so my brilliant former GrubStreet student, Céillie Clark-Keane, could interview the incredible Sinéad Gleeson. Hopefully this great conversation will take your mind off COVID-19 for at least a little while. Enjoy, and take care!

For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate.
Published on April 14, 2020.

Sinéad Gleeson is a writer, editor, and freelance broadcaster. She has been published in Granta, among many other places, and is the editor of three award-winning short anthologies, including The Long Gaze Back: An Anthology of Irish Women Writers. Previously, Gleeson presented The Book Show on RTÉ Radio One in Ireland. A #1 Irish best seller, Constellations: Reflections from Life is her debut essay collection. Named a best book of the year by The Guardian, The Irish Times, and The Irish IndependentConstellations was awarded the Irish Book Award’s Non-Fiction Book of the Year in 2019. Gleeson currently lives in Dublin.

This month’s guest Non-Fiction by Non-Men interviewer is Céillie Clark-Keane. Clark-Keane lives in Boston, where she currently works as a managing editor. Her work has been published by Ploughshares online, Electric Literature, Bustle, and more.

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