Neil Sheehan

Neil Sheehan is a writer who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1983


Susan Sheehan

Susan Sheehan is an American writer who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1988

Norma Sheahan

Norma Sheahan is an actress/actor and producer from County Cork, Ireland.

Educated at RADA, London, UK

She has worked in voiceover, theatre, television, radio, and film.

Known for  Ondine (2009), The Clinic (2003), New Boy (2007) and Moon Boy (2015)



Monte-Carlo TV Festival, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series (Nominated), 2010
For: “An Crisis”




Dr. Con Sheahan

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Dr. Con Sheahan B Eng(UL), MBA (UL), PhD(UL), C. Eng., MIEI

Dr. Con Sheahan is a senior lecturer at the Enterprise Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland. He has a PhD in Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Optimisation, a B.Eng. in Production Engineering and an MBA from UL. His recent career has spanned both industry and academia. His research is focused on enterprise performance modelling and optimisation. He has experience in supervising a number of doctoral research and EU projects. He has co-ordinated EU collaborative research projects including industrial and academic partners from across Europe.


Michael Sheahan elected 818th mayor of Limerick in June 2014

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Michael Sheahan was elected 818th mayor of Limerick in June 2014

FINE Gael’s Castletroy councillor Michael Sheahan has been elected the 818th mayor of Limerick – and the first leader of the new metropolitan city area. Cllr Sheahan secured 11 votes from his colleagues in Fine Gael and Fianna Fail 

FORMER Fine Gael county councillor Michael Sheahan became the first Mayor of Limerick’s new Metropolitan District in June 2014.


Lt. Daniel J. Sheehan RFC

sheehan dm (2)2nd. Lt. Daniel J. Sheehan RFC.  A Pilot in the Royal Flying Corp,  No. 66 squadron, during the First World War.  He died on May 10th 1917 after an engagement with the Imperial German Air Service during a morning patrol.  He is buried at a War Cemetry, Souchez, France.


Eileen Sheehan, poet, teacher

Though set for the most part in her native Kerry, Sheehan’s poetry is far more universal than provincial. Much has been made by critics of her word-craft: its earthy rhythms, its careful cadences, the evocative lyricality with which she explores the ancient and undying themes of love, family, domesticity, nature, death and myth. Yet her poetic compass frequently leads her beyond this well-trod ground, toward situations uncannily familiar or curiously surreal. Such moments are captured with consistently surprising metaphor in work that possesses a delightfully magnetic and multi-layered simplicity.

Eileen Sheehan was born in Scartaglin, in the Sliabh Luachra area of Co.Kerry in 1963, and has lived for most of her life in the nearby lake-side town of Killarney. A well-esteemed and much-loved poet, especially in her home province of Munster, Sheehan has won both the Listowel Writers’ Week Poetry Slam in 2004 and the coveted Brendan Kennelly Poetry Award in 2006. She has been published in several high-profile anthologies and has been invited to read her work at many festivals and events both in Ireland and around the world. Her first collection, Song of the Midnight Fox, was published by Doghouse Books in 2004, as was her most recent, Down the Sunlit Hall, in 2008. Both collections met with critical acclaim and a third, The Narrow Place of Souls, is forthcoming.


Extract from: poetryinternationalweb (18 July 2013)