Daragh Fleming

Genres: Cork | Debut | Irish Writing | Non-Fiction

Daragh Fleming is an author from Cork. His debut in nonfiction is a collection of essays on mental health called Lonely Boy. He is a passionate mental health advocacy and runs the award-winning mental heath blog, Thoughts Too Big and works as Head of Content for A Lust For Life. His work appears in many literary magazines including The Ogham Stone, Beir Bua, Trasna, The Madrigal, Époque Magazine, Sunday Morning At The River, Wexford Bohemian and more. Daragh won the Cork County Council Library & Arts Services ‘From The Well’ Short Story Competition in 2021. Daragh was the Faberlull writer-in-residence for October 2022 in Olot, Spain. His poetry collection Poems That Were Written On Trains But Weren’t Written About Trains was also published in 2022. Lonely Boy was published by BookHub Publishing in November 2022.

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