Arnold Thomas Fanning

Arnold Thomas Fanning is a writer of fiction and non-fiction living in East Cork. His work has been widely published including in The Dublin Review, Banshee, gorse, The Lonely Crowd, The Stinging Fly, Correspondences: An Anthology to Call for an End to Direct Provision, Empty House: Poetry and Prose on the Climate Crisis, Show Your Work: Essays from the Dublin Review. His work has frequently been broadcast on radio, including for Keywords and Arena on RTÉ Radio 1. In 2020 he was Arts Council Writer in Residence, University of Galway, in 2021 he was Writer in Residence in Carlow for the Arts Office of Carlow County Council, in 2022 he taught Life Writing for The Lantern Project in Nano Nagle Place in Cork City, and in 2023 he facilitated in Creative Non-Fiction for the Stinging Fly Summer School. He has mentored writers with the Irish Writers Centre, the Munster Literature Centre, and the London Film School. His book, Mind on Fire: A Memoir of Madness and Recovery, was shortlisted for the Wellcome Book Prize 2019. 

You can read more about Arnold Thomas Fanning below, along with a selection of his writings at the following links:

About Arnold

The Dublin Review

Banshee

Paper Visual Art Journal