Don Cameron

The blog is about Dublin, with an emphasis on writing. And, of course, to comment on ‘things that are happening that have value and are interesting’.

My novel Marked Off won the 2014 Today Show/New Island Book Publishing Competition. Video of Interview on  RTE’s Today Show

It was published in February 2015 and the book launch (see video) was in Alan Hanna’s Book Shop.

With Grainne Brookfield of DCFM

With Grainne Brookfield of DCFM

Radio: Interviews on Dublin City FM   & Dundalk FM  

Radio Shows: RTE1 – The History Show (The Donnybrook Fair)

Limerick City Community Radio – The History Show 1 (James Joyce & GF Handel) and  2 (Sir Hugh Lane & Jonathan Swift)

Web Interview with

Book Reviews: Irish Independent , College Tribune, No More Workhorse, Various, Books Ireland, Irish Times,Irish Mail on Sunday, Pale Outlaw, Sue Leonard – Debut Roundup

Summer 2021Friends, Forever – a contemporary tale of three friends and what happens when one of the gets bad news. This is completed and currently looking for a agent/publisher!

Time for Revenge, sequel to Marked Off, currently being reviewed by agent.

Short stories: I’ve had more than forty short stories published and broadcast. I selected a number of them for my first collection The Bloomsday Boys in 2013, and  it is available from Kindle.  And I also wrote Walking With Words – a guide to Dublin City – available from Blurb.

Short Stories: The Long Wait,  Saved by the Book, Aroma Memory, A Fond Farewell, It’s for You!, The Mystery Train, Footsteps, Belle of the Ball, Teacher Hooked,  Get me to the Church, Mum & Mozart, Grave Importance, Let’s Dance

Columnist: Since 2014 I have been writing the ‘Don’s Dublin’ column in the Dublin Gazette

DC 🙂

And the winner is...

And the winner is…


T: @donsdublin



12 responses to “Don Cameron

  1. Love the new site…write on Don!

  2. Just relaunched the blog using a new template. I think it will solve a lot of the problems we encountered.

  3. All the best, happy writing, feel inspired.
    Greetings from the far North

  4. Pleased to have found your blog Don and I’ll visit regularly. Good luck with all your projects. Regards from Thom at the immortal jukebox (plugged in and ready to play).

  5. Edward Hanlon

    The Limericks are a great record of life during this difficult time ….well done


  6. Eddie Ryan

    Great memories of days in Gledswood. Eamonn

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