Sinéad Mooney is the author of A Tongue Not Mine: Beckett and Translation (OUP, 2011), which won the ACIS Robert Rhodes Prize, and the editor, with Kathryn Laing and Maureen O’Connor, of Edna O’Brien: New Critical Perspectives (Carysfort, 2006), and with Kathryn Laing, Irish Women Writers at the Turn of the 20th Century (EER, 2020), and of numerous essays on Beckett, and the work of Mary Lavin, Elizabeth Bowen, Edna O’Brien and Molly Keane. She is co-founder of the Irish Women’s Writing Network (18880-1920), and is a series editor of two new series, Key Irish Women Writers and Irish Women Writers: Texts and Contexts (EER). She has taught at NUI Galway and De Montfort University, Leicester.