Tom Sheehan

Tom Sheehan's newest book is a collection of short stories, Epic Cures, from Press 53 in NC. A Collection of Friends, memoirs, was issued in 2004 by Pocol Press. A poetry chapbook, The Westering, was also issued 2004 by Wind River Press. His fourth poetry book, This Rare Earth & Other Flights, was issued in 2003 by Lit Pot Press. He has two mysteries in print, Vigilantes East , 2002, and Death for the Phantom Receiver, an NFL mystery, in 2003. Another mystery, An Accountable Death, is serialized on He has five Pushcart nominations, and a Silver Rose Award from American Renaissance for the Twenty-first Century (ART) for short story excellence. His work is on or coming on Cyber/Oasis, SN Review, Tryst, 42 Opus, Dead Mule, Elimae, Snow Monkey, Retort Magazine, Rose & Thorn, Sidewalk's End, Subtle Tea, Aught, Tin Lustre Mobile, Three Candles, Eleven Bulls, A Man Overboard, Cold Glass, The God Particle, Life Sherpa, The Square Table, Just Good Company, North Dakota Quarterly, Small Spiral Notebook, Fiction Warehouse, The Paumanok Review, etc. He has been a feature writer in New Works Review, Nuvein, Tryst and Eclectica.)

Recently Tom had work accepted by the Dublin Quarterly, Saucy Vox, Underground Window, Sage of Consciousness and Wolf Moon Press, and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize for the sixth time.

Boy with the Golden Ring

The Miracle of Bereft John

Two Short Stories

An Essay

A Little Red Wagon, A Long Remembered Face

An Email

A Last Note to Charlie Poulin

Three Poems

Tuesday May Be a Day Too Late

We Share a Universe

Lately, When the Plow is Still

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