The Website of Peadar Ó Guilín
Hello! Welcome! Ben venuto! Tá fáilte romhat!
Who is Peadar?
Irish writer Peadar Ó Guilín is the author of the YA novel, The Call, inspired by the beautiful northwest of Ireland where he grew up.
In September 2007, Peadar published his first novel, The Inferior, which the Times Educational Supplement called "a stark, dark tale, written with great energy and confidence and some arresting reflections on human nature." Foreign editors liked it too, and over the coming year it is to be translated into eight languages, including Japanese and Korean.
His fantasy and SF short stories have appeared in numerous venues, including Black Gate magazine and an anthology celebrating the best of the iconic Weird Tales. He is currently working on a sequel to The Call.
Peadar's books are here.
Read reviews here.
See a photo of Peadar... well, right below!
Pronounce Peadar's Name -- Like a pro!
Peadar rhymes with "blather", or "ladder". Either is fine by me!
Ó is pronounced like "Oh"
Guil -- is pronounced like the "gill" of a fish.
Ín is pronounced like "een" and rhymes with "bean".
And so, we have: Padder Oh Gilleen. Congratulations!