Daniel Jeffreys

Daniel Jeffreys

Daniel Jeffreys has written short stories and poetry which have appeared in Ambit, The London Magazine, Esquire and an anthology called Tales of The Decongested. He reviews for The TLS and The Tablet with a special interest in the supernatural. The Observer described his short shory The Bamboo Forest as an ‘undiscovered gem’. He says, ‘In the late 80s I tried singlehandedly to kick start the acid folk revival supporting Tanita Tikaram. Today I work as librarian. I have introduced electric guitars during baby rhymetime for hour-long improvisations around The Wheels on the Bus and Shakin’ All Over.’ You can follow his hilarious library blog, Conan The Librarian, online: conanlibrarianlondon.wordpress.com/nympho-librarian/

“Scholarly, droll, subversive, Daniel Jeffreys is a natural dystopian, with a taste for the grotesque.”

Geoff Nicholson

 

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