He graduated from university as a specialist in Estonian language in 1952. From 1952 to 1956 he worked in the Estonian National Library. From 1956 to 1965 he worked in the Estonian national publishing association. After that he retired and devoted himself to writing. His works include "Three funny friends", "The story with the flying saucer", "Fire in a darkened city", "Nii või naa" (This or that way) and others.
Eno Raud was the son of writer Mart Raud. Eno Raud was married with writer Aino Pervik, their children are scholar and author Rein Raud, musician and journalist Mihkel Raud and artist and writer Piret Raud.
- "Eno Raud". Estonian Children's Literature Centre. Retrieved 26 August 2013.
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