Individual residencies / Olot


From Monday, 10 October 2022 to Monday, 17 October 2022


Daragh Fleming is a 27 year-old author and poet from Cork in Ireland who uses a conversational style to delve into the complex themes emerging in everyday life. He runs an award-nominated mental health blog and is an active voice for mental health in Ireland, delivering talks in a variety of schools, universities and work places.

Daragh has two collections of short stories published by Riversong Books, as well as two poetry pamphlets published. Recently, he was the winner of the Cork Arts 'From The Well' Short Story Competition.His most recently pamphlet, 'Poems That Were Written On Trains But Weren't Written About Trains' released in July of 2022. His debut in nonfiction - Lonely Boy - arrives in November with Book Hub Publishing.

Daragh's work appears in several renowned literary journals including The Ogham Stone, The Milkhouse, and Époque.

Daragh is also a professional member of the Irish writers Centre.


During my stay at Faber I intend to work on a collection of creative non-fiction essays entitled 'A Little Journey Into The Unkown'. This project blurs the lines between fiction and non-fiction as it recounts a 9 week trip around Europe towards the tail-end of 2021.

Each essay focuses on a particular city and the people encountered in these cities. Rather than acting as a typical travel memoir, this collection focuses entirely on the people met along the way, highlighting how essential other people are to create meaningful experiences.

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