**BRIXTON NIGHTS BY AMY TOLLYFIELD
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All poetry featured on this page is copyright Amy Tollyfield, UK-based author and poet.
These are just a few of Amy’s poetry videos; keep up-to-date with her latest poetry videos at http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe1XsUC7wF7DR19o87TH4-Q.
– The Thunderbolt, Bristol. Wednesday 3rd July 2019 (video). Video credit to Sam of The Perverts band, Bristol.
– The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol. Sunday 29th September 2019 (audio). Audio credit to Sam Furse of Loupe Theatre, Bristol.
– The Magic Garden, central Nottingham. Thursday 12th May 2022 (video). Amy performs her poem ‘Roots’ at her own event as part of Nottingham Poetry Festival 2022. Video credit to Nedah Nourouzi.
Videos of individual poems and author update videos
As of 20th May 2021, Toy Soldiers, Amy’s second poetry collection, is rated five stars
out of a possible five on both http://www.amazon.co.uk and http://www.goodreads.com!
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Praise for Brixton Nights by Amy Tollyfield
(published 25/08/2022 by Olympia Publishers, London):
‘[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
‘A powerful and enticing realist novella’ – LoveReading UK
Website header image: Tom Platinum Morley, 2022
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