About Stephen Dineen

Stephen Dineen was born, bred and buttered in Dublin. He studied history and politics in university, and has worked in public policy research, politics, journalism and the civil service.

Amidst completing two bad novels, Stephen has written, and continues to write, short stories. He has had five stories published: ‘Exiles’ (2008), ‘Chimes’ (2012), ‘Siren’s Song’ (2014), ‘Leap Years’ (2014) and ‘The Driver’ (2015). A sixth, ‘Undated Days’ will be published in the American literary magazine, The Flexible Persona, later in 2018. All five published stories are also available on this website (the version of ‘Siren’s Song’ is longer than the published version).

‘The Driver’ was long-listed in the 2012/2013 Fish Short Story Prize. ‘Siren’s Song’ was short-listed in the 2014 Labello Press International Short Story Competition.

In 2013, he read ‘The Driver’ at a public reading of the Wexford Fringe Festival in 2013. He is a member of the Rathmines Writers’ Workshop.

This website also contains Stephen’s regular reviews of pubs to try a pint in Dublin. He welcomes feedback on his work, and can be contacted at: s.dineen@hotmail.com

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5 Responses to About Stephen Dineen

  1. deirdre joyce says:

    This is great Stephen – and looking forward to following your musings, writings and postings about Ireland. Deirdre J.

  2. mary guckian says:

    Hi Stephen,
    I love the way you write about wandering around Dublin city, so much to explore and enjoy,
    keep going, it is inspiring, helping us to look around a bit more, Mary

  3. Margaret says:

    Inspired and impressed! Keep up the good work Stee!

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