Peter O’Neill is a multi-faceted writer currently living and working in Dublin. He is the author of six collections of poetry, most notably his Baudelaire-inspired ‘Dublin Trilogy’.
If Baudelaire is the unifying theme of the 'Dublin Trilogy', in which O' Neill attempts to transfer late 19th century French aesthetics onto contemporary Dublin, then Beckett is very much the unifying figure of his 'Gombeen Trilogy', the first instalment of which; 'More Micks than Dicks: a Hybrid Beckettian Novella in Three Genres', is to be published by Famous Seamus Publishing (Us!) in 2017 and we are very excited to be doing so.
Peter O'Neill is a potential literary Molotov cocktail, and we have our Zippos out.
Also by Peter O'Neill.
Irish Times Article
The Dark Pool ( mgv2>publishing, France, 2015),
Dublin Gothic ( Kilmog Press, New Zealand, 2015).
The Enemy, Transversions from Charles Baudelaire ( Lapwing, Belfast, 2015).
A New Ulster