Dario Cannizzaro was born in the sun-eaten Naples, Italy in 1982. He moved to Ireland in 2011, and has called it home ever since. He started writing short stories at seven, which are shamefully lost forever, but has never stopped writing since.
His short stories and poems have been published in Italian and English in Literary Magazines such as The Galway Review, Two Thousand Words, Chantwood Magazine, Trigger Warning Short Fiction. You can also read all of them in the collection “Of Life, Death, Aliens and Zombies”.
Dead Men Naked is his first novel. The title is an homage to Dylan Thomas’ poem “And Death Shall Have No Dominion”.