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The Suicide

The Suicide

Amy Tollyfield


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"Against all odds,
And witnessing the scar tissue,
You hold my hand tighter than a rock
To risk this perilous path."

In The Suicide, Amy Tollyfield presents an anthology comprising many mixed moods and feelings - from melancholy to despair; from love to jealousy and betrayal; from hope to friendship and solidarity. It is a candid journey through many life experiences, with an insight into a range of hopes, dreams and possible dreads.

Her writing, like her soul, wants to obtain something deeper. May you find it here.

ISBN : 978-1-78830-206-7

Published: 30/08/2018

Pages : 48

Size : 205x140mm

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Amy Tollyfield

Amy Tollyfield is a published author and performance poet. Her latest work, Brixton Nights, has been praised by Kirkus ReviewsLoveReading UK and Publishers Weekly alike. Amy has appeared in The New York Review of BooksKirkus Reviews magazine and DIVA online. She has performed her poetry at Clifton Literature Festival 2019, Nottingham Poetry Festival 2022, The Barbican Theatre in Plymouth and The Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol. Amy will be appearing at a literature festival in Loughborough soon. Praise for Amy's latest work:

‘Tollyfield writes this elegant novella with intricate detail and grace … This perceptive and deeply human account of Chris’s emotional journey will keep readers engrossed’ – Publishers Weekly ‘[Tollyfield]’s prose is evocative and atmospheric … An authenticity and pathos that resonate. A meandering but often affecting tale of ties that bind—and leave deep marks’ – Kirkus Reviews. Their team also described Brixton Nights by Amy Tollyfield as an 'outstanding' LGBTQ read to 'keep reading ... once Pride month is over' ‘A powerful and enticing realist novella’ – LoveReading UK

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Author photo by Simon Holliday, 2019

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