The Merfoxiad release

Following Swannui and Cygnus and Be All; End All comes The Merfoxiad
The Merfoxiad is a mock epic piece, a tongue-in-cheek playful narrative concerning an evil fox beast and the young girl destined to stop it.

The Merfoxiad goes on sale week commencing 24th November and is available to buy in Beccles from Beccles Books, from Halesworth Library and Lowestoft Library.

Cover art and release notes coming soon.

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Be All; End All release notes

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Beautiful cover art by Violet Adams.

Released this month; my second book. Be All; End All is a collection of poems and it will be available from selected Suffolk book shops, myself personally or through Paypal ordering. Be All; End All has been written since the release of Swannui and Cygnus in the summer of last year. It is considerably longer, deeper and perhaps less conventional than my earlier work; often Swannui and Cygnus poems bore the mark of the eager university student seeking his tutor’s approval. I shall release it for myself if for no-one else.

Front preview
Swannui and Cygnus (for sale in bookshops in Beccles) featured 23 poems, a compendium spanning several years. There were poems which I had written aged 16, sat in class in sixth form, procrastinating in an English lesson. There were poems I had written just weeks or even days before (Meander was written as I was formatting the PDF). A 9 year selection of poetry can show an evolution but also can seem muddied and inconsistent. That said, I am still proud of my first book.

Each book is £4, one copy of each can be bought together for £6.

Swannui and Cygnus

My first book
My first book

Debut Poetry Book for Beccles writer

Daniel Brunsdon has been writing poems and short stories for over 10 years. The former Sir John Leman High School student and Loughborough University graduate is excited to be releasing his debut poetry compilation. Entitled “Swannui and Cygnus” (a play on ennui and sickness), the collection of poems is now on sale.
The poems cover such diverse themes as world-weariness, misanthropy, disillusionment, apathy, world-weariness, war and religion. Although hardly lighthearted, Swannui and Cygnus balances this with a cautious optimism and a playful nod to the writer’s idols.
Daniel, a Beccles native, said “Swannui and Cygnus is austerity made poetry, poems for those of us who have taken our first steps into adulthood under the cloud of a recession.”
Swannui and Cygnus is available to buy in Beccles from Besleys Books and Beccles Books and online at http://www.iridescentfox.bigcartel.com

For more information please visit his website http://www.iridescentfox.co.uk