Eamonn Sheehy - Writer
Eamonn Sheehy is an Irish writer of nonfiction that jumps into the deep side of travel, culture and counterculture.
His work has appeared in Numero Cinq Magazine,
YourMiddleEast.com, The Sarajevo Times, The Bogman’s Cannon, Kosovo 2.0 magazine, and others. His first book, 'Summer In The City State – Ceuta To Tangier Through Fortress Europe', was published in 2016. He is currently working on a second book.
You can buy 'Summer In The City State - Ceuta To Tangier Through Fortress Europe' by Eamonn Sheehy on paperback DIRECT from IndieBooks Ireland.
(8 Euro Worldwide ppd)
'Summer In The City State' takes you on a stirring trip from the little known Spanish city state of Ceuta in North Africa, on through the barbed wire European borders on African soil, and into the iconic Rif cities of Northern Morocco. Set to the backdrop of modern Europe's Refugee crisis, the journey begins in the historic yet still obscure European city state of Ceuta, takes a road trip from Tetouan to atmospheric Chefchaouen, and gets to grips with a fiery, on-edge Tangier. A short fast-read(80 pages) for the armchair traveller interested in solo travel and bohemian Tangier.
Wales Arts Review did a fine exploratory review of my book 'Summer In The City State' recently - read the article 'Neither More Nor Less: Eamonn Sheehy’s Summer In The City State', where writer Susan MaierMoul delves deeper into the workings of this nonfiction book. Susan MaierMoul's own work is some of the best mixed form storytelling out there. Her 'New York' series and 'Magnetic' storytelling project are fantastic narrative experiences you will no doubt enjoy.