Gerry McCullough, born and brought up in North Belfast, is an award winning short story writer, with a distinguished reputation. She has had between sixty and seventy short stories published, broadcast, or collected in anthologies. In 2005 her story Primroses won the Cuirt Award (Galway Arts Festival) and she has won, been short listed, and been commended in a number of other literary competitions since.
Gerry lives in Conlig just outside Bangor, Northern Ireland. She is married to singer-songwriter, writer, publisher and radio presenter, Raymond McCullough, and has four children.
Gerry's first novel, Belfast Girls, was published by Night Publishing in 2010 and has been in the overall top 100 bestsellers list on paid UK Kindle and at Number 1 in Women's Literary Fiction. Danger Danger is her second Irish romantic thriller, published by Precious Oil Publications. Precious Oil has also re-published Belfast Girls; published her collection of 12 Irish short stories, The Seanachie: Tales of Old Seamus; and published the first two thrillers, Angel in Flight and Angel in Belfast, in the series featuring Angeline Murphy, the strong-minded Belfast girl; as well as a YA Time Travel adventure set in Ireland and on the high seas, Lady Molly & The Snapper.
- Belfast, United Kingdom
- JoinedAugust 4, 2011