Seamus Deane was shortlisted for the Booker Prize for Fiction in 1996 for his novel Reading in the Dark. He is also the author of five works of non-fiction including Foreign Affections: Essays on Edmund Burke (2005) and three collections of poetry including Rumours (1977). He is the editor of the Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing.
Seamus Deane on Granta.com
Fiction | The Online Edition
‘The children were never seen again.’
Fiction | Issue 37
‘If we destroy it in another, we destroy it in ourselves.’