A Brief Introduction.
Darren Kasenkow is an Australian author whose work dances across the boundaries of literary fiction to bring together thematic elements ranging from dystopian horror, apocalyptic science fiction and existential suspense. His career began with the publishing of numerous short stories across various street press and magazines, with a collection of his works included in the national anthology “PAROXYSM” (Paroxysm Press).
His debut novel "THE APOCALYPSE SHOW" was released digitally in 2012, a horror extravaganza centred around a mysterious golden medallion with the power to bend reality in truly hellish ways. This was followed by the gritty, road trip nightmare release "DUST AND DEVILS", a cross country journey that leads straight to a blood soaked nest of serial killers. His next full feature release, "SEE THE CITY RED", saw the author shift gears to create a dark and foreboding future where the pain of vengeance taints a world about to fall under the spell of the Antichrist.
In 2019 he proudly released "THE HALLUCIGENIA PROJECT". Book one in a new, epic dystopian series, The Hallucigenia Project is a mind bending action thriller that takes the reader on a soul searching journey of discovery through dangerous city streets, mysterious cults, relentless government agencies and a race to touch the stars. It is a dark, heart pounding ride that will no doubt surprise even the most avid of readers.
He is currently working on the highly anticipated sequel titled "GODLESS", with an expected release date of mid 2020. He has also recently finished a collaboration with bestselling author V.E. Patton (Ochre Dragon – The Opal Dreaming Chronicles) on a new adventure series "BENEATH A BURNING HEART", also to be released mid 2020.
To learn more about the author and his current activities, be sure to follow his blog where he shares elements of his writing process and reveals updates on the progress of Godless. Alternatively, he can be found on Twitter and Facebook and is always happy to meet and converse with other readers and writers.