Sinead Keegan

Sinead Keegan is a Creative Writing and English Literature at London Metropolitan University.

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Sinead Keegan

Sinead Keegan's poetry and short stories have been published and anthologised widely. She also teaches for organisations such as the British Council and Chawton House, and writes on a freelance basis for major corporate publications, websites and private clients. She is the founder of the Stories of SW1 annual writing competition, and the co-founder and co-editor of the digital literary arts magazine all the sins.

Keegan has taught a wide range of writing topics from critical essay writing to poetry and both short and long form fiction. She has particular interests in gothic fiction, immigrant narratives, and buried ideas.

S. Keegan (2022), 'Marking Time' - chapter in Threads of Time: 25 years of Fine Cell Work 

S. Keegan (2022), 'Realising gardening is a team sport in which you are the spectator' - 26 Pledges, winner of Writer of the Year Highly Commended 2022

S. Keegan (2020), 'Tavistock Refrain' performed for Bloomsbury Radio in 2021 and exhibited as part of the festival in 2020

S. Keegan (2020), 'The slipping place' - collaboration with artist Emily Crookshank as part of the A Common Place: Connecting people through arts, words and a common place in lockdown. Exhibited at Eames Fine Art Gallery London

S. Keegan (2019), 'A soldier's pistol' - Armistice 100 Days. In partnership with the Imperial War Museum

S. Keegan (2018), 'The space between' - collaborative performance with Alex Hales for the Enemies Project 

S. Keegan (2017), 'Lengths' - Magma Poetry, Issue 68, 

Sinead Keegan