‘Sonic Seasonings: The Genius of Wendy Carlos’ in This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music ed. Sinéad Gleeson and Kim Gordon (White Rabbit, 2022)
‘Faraway Places Near Here: In Search Of Maeve Brennan’ in Where My Feet Fall: Going for a Walk in Twenty Stories, ed. Duncan Minshull (Harper Collins, March 2022)
‘Second Mother’ in Granta (2015)
‘Blue Hills and Chalk Bones‘ in Granta, (New Irish Writing issue, 2015)
‘Hibernia, Caledonia’, in Winter Papers Vol. 2 (edited by Kevin Barry and Olivia Smith)
‘Autumn at the Hell Fire Club’ in Autumn: An Anthology for the Changing Seasons (edited by Melissa Harrison)
‘Hair’ in literary journal Banshee (Issue 1)
Two radio essays have been broadcast on RTE Radio One’s Sunday Miscellany.
‘The Lexicon of Babies’ in Being Various: New Irish Short Stories (Faber, 2019)
‘Infinite for Now’ in Repeal the 8th anthology (Unbound)
‘Counting Bridges’ in ‘Looking at the Stars’ (Munster Literature Centre)
This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music with Kim Gordon (White Rabbit, 2022)
Silver Threads of Hope (New Island Books, 2012)
Awards and nominations:
Winner of Non-Fiction Book of the Year at the 2019 An Post Irish Book Awards,
Winner: 2020 Dalkey Literary Awards (Emerging Writer). Watch the announcement here:
Shortlisted: 2020 Rathbones Folio Prize
Shortlisted: 2020 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Biography
Shortlisted: 2020 Royal Irish Academy’s Michel Déon Prize
2019 overall Book of the Year, The Big Issue
Awards and nominations for other work:
2017: Longlisted for The Lifted Brow Prize for Experimental Non-Fiction for ‘Where Does it Hurt?’
The Long Gaze Back: Short Shorts by Irish Women Writers and The Glass Shore: Short Stories by Women from the North of Ireland, won Best Irish Published Book at the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards in 2015 and 2016.
‘Counting Bridges’ was longlisted for the 2016 Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards in the short story category.
Sinéad is represented by Peter Straus at Rogers, Coleridge & White.