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Photo: Simon Holliday, 2021
Photo: Amy Tollyfield (author), 2021

Head over to http://www.brixtonnights.com/gallery to view 20 photos that will give you a taste of the book to come.

Photo: Amy Tollyfield (author), 2021
Photo: Amy Tollyfield (author), 2021
Photo: Simon Holliday, 2021
Photo: Amy Tollyfield (author), 2021


Praise for Amy’s second book, Toy Soldiers (poetry):

‘A conflicted portrait of longing, angst, and self-assertion’ – Kirkus Reviews
‘I enjoyed how each poem flowed, had its own pace but there is a notable lyricism in the author’s writing that I found stayed consistently throughout. Throughout the collection I found that Tollyfield was able to craft poems that were immediately immersive and evocative. Each one left me pausing for a moment, contemplating the scene that had just been brought to life, before moving on to the next. … I think that this is a great collection for fans of poetry. One that entices you back’ – LoveReading UK ambassador



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Links:

http://www.amytollyfield.com

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Website header image: Amy Tollyfield



‘Amy Tollyfield’ and the domain of ‘www.amytollyfield.com’ and its sub-pages refer to the UK-based author and poet of the same name. ‘www.brixtonnights.com’ and its sub-pages have been created to promote and celebrate Amy’s upcoming third book, Brixton Nights, which will be published by Olympia Publishers, London, in summer 2022. Amy is unaffiliated with any third parties bar her publishers, http://www.olympiapublishers.com. Any third parties featured on this website and its sub-pages have been credited accordingly. If you would like to get in touch for any reason then please use the contact page on this website which may be reached using the following link: http://www.brixtonnights.com/contact. Thank you.

References to ‘author’ throughout this site – for example when detailing that an image belongs to/was taken by the ‘author’ – refer to the above stated Amy Tollyfield.