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Shan Bullock wrote Fermanagh into existence and shaped a specific Ulster identity.

“Establishes his claims as a naturalistic writer of the highest order… It deserves a significant place in the history of Ulster fiction.” – Culture Northern Ireland

Shan Bullock was an acclaimed writer from the 1890s onwards, though the acclaim was not matched by sales and he spent most of his life working for the Civil Service in London. In 1901 The New York Times described Bullock as “one of the leaders in the modern Celtic literary movement.”