Stephen Moran was born in Dublin in 1954. He is the author of a short story collection "The London Silence" (Pretend Genius Press, 2004). Other stories anthologised in "The Monkey's Typewriter" (Raymond Williams Award, 2005) and "Fish Drink Like Us" (2006). His first paid story appeared in the Dublin Evening Press (c. 1972, under a pen name). There was a long delay till the next pay cheque from “Bird Times” (USA, 2002). Several of his short stories are online at “DeadDrunkDublin” (www.deaddrunkdublin.com ), “Write This” (www.writethis.com ), “Electric Acorn” (http://acorn.dublinwriters.org/ ), “Big Bridge” (www.bigbridge.org ). He is listed in Irish Writers Online (http://www.irishwriters-online.com/stephenmoran.html ). In his spare time he is a contributing editor to The Willesden Herald (http://willesdenherald.blogspot.com ) and “Sloe Wine” (www.sloewine.com ). He lives in London. Stephen Moran is also the editor of “Willesden Herald New Short Stories 1”. His homepage is www.stephenmoran.net.
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