Darren has written business blogs, music and film reviews as well as many pieces of published short fiction. He has presented his own podcast, as well as co-hosting radio.
Few names are more closely linked with the horror genre than Stephen King. The astonishingly prolific writer still towers over the horror genre like a colossus. With at least one new book out every year since the seventies, it can be daunting to know where to start. So for the uninitiated, here’s a list of the best paperbacks to settle down with after a long night’s trick or treating.
I used some spare time during the Coronavirus lockdown to publish and edit an e-book of a piece of short fiction I've been working on recently. It is the bizarre tale of Rumblelow, a "professional Rhinoceros" who travels with his vicious ringmaster to entertain extravagant parties. I initially published it as a fun diversion, but I'm really proud of it.
I've been lucky enough to co-host a few episodes of Rewind Review on Dublin City FM. The programme is a weekly look at art house and independent cinema with an Irish flavour. In this episode I interviewed Grainne Humphreys about the 2020 Dublin International Film Festival.
A second press release for the 2018 Galway Theatre Festival - this one focused on five reasons to get tickets for the many plays on offer.