Published author and performance poet
Author of Toy Soldiers (Olympia Publishers, 2020)
and The Suicide (Olympia Publishers, 2018)
As featured in Diva online (the UK’s best-selling magazine for gay and bisexual women),
Derbyshire Life, Bristol 24/7, and on classicbookscompany.com
As performed at Clifton Literature Festival,
The Wardrobe Theatre (Bristol) and The Barbican Theatre (Plymouth),
among other venues and events
For more on Amy and her books, visit the ‘About’ section of this site
‘An expressive self-agency at work with a vivid compulsion to bring her vision to life’
– Northampton Poetry Review
Praise for The Suicide:
A ‘wonderful collection’ – Waterstones Clifton
‘Similar to Sylvia Plath’ – Diana Iozzia
A ‘very good book’ – Speedyhen Ltd.
‘Bold poetry which speaks to the heart and to the human condition’ – Canon Michael Johnson, Acting Dean of Bristol 2019-2020
‘A pell-mell of turbulent emotion … Tollyfield displays an admirable commitment to speaking her own truth’ – Robyn Whitlaw, Northampton Poetry Review
On this page specifically:
Website header image and image of author: Simon Holliday, 2019
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