Writing and Published Work

Daragh has been published in a number of literary journals, and has won several writing competitions. He also has two collections of short stories and a poetry chapbook, with more works to be released later this year


The Book of Revelations (2019) with Sulis International Press

If You Are Reading This Then Drink Water (2020) with Sulis International Press

Notes For A Mid-Youth Crisis (2022) poetry chapbook with Bottlecap Press

Poems That Were Written On Trains But Weren’t Written About Trains (July 2022) with Dark Thirty Poetry

Lonely Boy (November 2022) with BookHub Publishing


Poetry collection with Sunday Morning at the River

Literary Journal Publications

The Wexford Bohemian

Eat The Storms


The Ogham Stone

An Aitiuil


Sunday Morning at the River Winter Anthology

Literary Journal Publications (Online)

Last Confession – short-story published by The Ogham Stone

Reflections – poem published by small leaf press

Eight Down – poem published by The LEON Literary Review

Pocket-money love – poem published by Neuro Logical Magazine

It Rained Earlier And Now There’s A Puddle By The Car – poem published by Beir Bua

Evening Walk – Winning story of the Cork Arts’ ‘From The Well’ Short Story Competition

The Book of Revelations: A Collection of Short Stories

If You Are Reading This Then Drink Water: Another Collection of Short Stories

Headlights – a short story published by Idle Ink

An Old Classic – Creative non-fiction published by The Milk House Press

Ghost – Creative non-fiction published by Cult of Clio

The Best of It – short story published by époque press

Pocket-money love – poem published by Neuro Logical Magazine

You Know It When You Feel It – essay published by An Áitiuil with The Madrigal & The Martello

tá brón orm – poem published by Trasna

*I’ll be honest, things are getting out hand and udating this list is a trek. I’ll still do it when I can, but if you want to must up to date pubications check on my socials!*

Press F

Daragh at writing.ie: Discussing the craft of writing short stories and the creative process.

Daragh at Books Ireland Magazine: A piece on writing a book during a global pandemic and the challenges that come with
Daragh at HeadStuff: Multiple articles about current affairs as well as several rave-reviews Daragh’s own book

Daragh at The Echo

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