Sinéad Gleeson

Sinéad Gleeson

Sinéad Gleeson is a writer and broadcaster whose essays have appeared in Granta, Winter Papers and Gorse   She is the editor of three anthologies including The Long Gaze Back: an Anthology of Irish Women Writers and The Glass Shore: Short Stories by Women Writers from the North of Ireland.  Her collection of essays, Constellations will be published in 2019 by Picador. She is currently working on a novel. 

An Articulate Working Class: Bronagh Gallagher & Lisa McInerney with Sinéad Gleeson

The Chapel

Bronagh Gallagher (Musician & Actress) and Lisa McInerney (The Glorious Heresies, The Blood Miracles) talk to Sinead Gleeson about the gradual rise of voices from the ‘underclass’.

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My Name Is Elizabeth Strout: Elizabeth Strout & Sinead Gleeson

Ballroom Borris House

Elizabeth Strout, the Pulitzer prize-winning author of Olive Kitteridge and My Name is Lucy Barton, talks to Sinead Gleeson.

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Unravelling the Mysteries of the Brain: Suzanne O’Sullivan with Sinead Gleeson

The Granary

Irish neurologist and winner of the Wellcome Book Prize 2016, Suzanne O’Sullivan (It’s All in Your Head, Brainstorm), gives an illustrated talk on the enigma of the brain, with Sinead Gleeson.  

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