Sheehan skillfully eases readers into the lives of his characters. Barriers are broken and lessons learned... Highly recommended. -- Midwest Book Review, February 2006
About the Author
Tom Sheehan has been nominated for six Pushcart Prizes, the PEN/Martha Albrand Award for Memoirs, the Million Writer's Award for Fiction, the Zine Yearbook, and the E-2 Ink Project. His story "The Man Who Hid Music" won a Silver Rose Award for Excellence in the Art of the Short Story and was anthologized in Silver Rose Anthology: Award-Winning Short Stories 2001. He is a two-time winner of the Saugus.net Ghost Story Contest, was winner of Eastoftheweb's non-fiction competition (London) and has been Featured Writer in several publications, including Nuvein, Eclectica, New Works Review, and Tryst. He forever celebrates his family, his comrades, and his hometown of Saugus, MA.