Simon P McCullagh


Simon McCullagh was born in the border town of Newry in Northern Ireland in 1981. He attended primary and secondary education in the town and later attended Queen’s University Belfast, where he studied for his BSc in Geography and his MSc in Sustainable Development. He has since worked in sustainability and environmental protection fields, along with volunteer positions in Tanzania and Belarus. Throughout his life he has been developing his passions of writing, music and artwork. The importance of sustainability in all areas of human endeavour informs all of his artistic and volunteer work. The basic tenets of his understanding of sustainability encompass the social, environmental, economic, psychological and spiritual aspects of creating a sustainable future with dignity, justice, mutual respect and love for life on planet Earth. He presently lives in Newry, Northern Ireland

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Eleos Nine
Price: $3.33 USD. Words: 40,430. Language: English (Irish dialect). Published: November 24, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Black comedy, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Fresh ideas for you. From the issues of one man battling the forces of globalization, to a fraudulent medium caught in self-delusion, this collection of short fiction pulls many threads into a tapestry of deep thought and light entertainment. The title story is a humorous tale of an ageing lothario living in the wrong millennium. Can old dogs ever learn new tricks? The answers lie within.

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