Bewildering Stories biography
Tom Sheehan’s Epic Cures, short stories from Press 53, won a 2006 IPPY Award. A Collection of Friends, from Pocol Press, was nominated for the Albrend Memoir Award. He has nine Pushcart and two Million Writer nominations, and a Notable Story of the Year. He has earned a Silver Rose Award from American Renaissance for the Twenty-First Century (ART) and the Georges Simenon Award for Excellence in Fiction from New Works Review.
He served in the 31st Infantry Regiment, Korea, 1951. He attended Saugus High School, Marianapolis Prep School, and graduated from Boston College in 1956. He was a quarterback on three undefeated teams.
They followed up A Gathering of Memories with Of Time and the River. John is the 93-year old member of the ROMEOs, with 63 years in the Saugus, Massachusetts school system. Tom can hardly wait to see them. His pals will each have one martini, he’ll have three beers, and the waitress will shine on them...
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