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Stephen is a film writer and journalist. He is co-editor for the film section of HeadStuff, a writer for Travel Ireland Magazine and a regular contributor to Hot Press. He has also had work published in The Times (Ireland Edition), The Irish Sun and Film Ireland. He graduated with a BA in English and Film from UCD and an MA in journalism at DCU.
Andrew is a writer, podcaster, editor and civil service goon based in Dublin, Ireland. He has written for The University Observer in UCD, Film Ireland, TheCity.ie and HeadStuff. He is the editor of the HeadStuff Gaming section but spends more time playing games than he does writing about them. With friend and HeadStuff film editor Stephen Porzio he is also the co-creator and co-host of the world's only character actor podcast I Know That Face on the HeadStuff Podcast Network. You can stroke his ego or besmirch his good name on Twitter @Andrew_Carroll0.
Taz Kelleher is first and foremost a podcaster but also a graphic designer and presenter. Having honed her podcasting skills at the internationally respected Postloudness podcast network, situated in the Cards Against Humanity office in Chicago, she has returned to her home shores with a mission to bring podcasting to a wider Irish audience. As both a host of the critically acclaimed podcast In The Shower with Taz and Marcus, founding member of The Dublin Podcast Festival and network producer for the HeadStuff Podcast Network, Taz is closely involved with every stage of the process, from taking a podcast to pitch stage to helping the final product reach the audience it deserves. Outside of podcasting, Taz is one of the co-founders of the DIT Brendan Behan award, which recognises outstanding Irish talent. This has led her to conduct live interviews with the likes of Glen Hansard, Panti bliss and many more. Taz is also a graphic designer by day, designing the cover art for some of Ireland’s most listened podcasts.
Suzanne Kane is a broadcaster who has worked for some of the most prominent radio stations in the country. She’s also a regular panellist on TV3’s Elaine show. Most recently, she has become a familiar face on TV3’s Saturday and Sunday AM. Along with her radio and television roles, Suzanne teamed up with top Irish comedian PJ Gallagher to host Dubland The Podcast, which has reached number one on the iTunes comedy chart with subscribers all over the world. The pair have a live show planned later this year.
Alan Bennett was a stand-up comedian for a while and during that time he toured with David O'Doherty and Maeve Higgins and did well in some competitions and co-ran Schnitzel Comedy Club. Then he started writing fiction and it has been published in several literary magazines and anthologies including 30 Under 30 which Joseph O'Connor chose as one of his books of the year for The Irish Times. He received a Masters with first class honours in creative writing from UCD and a BA in fine art painting from LSAD. Now he's working on getting his novel on, and being in charge of HeadStuff.org.