"Brendan Ball spent his formative years as a Prisoner of Conscience in a series of variably educational institutions before leaving a famous seat of learning (for preservation of sanity) to become a Failed Seditionist and Unemployed Poet.
He went into financial exile 14 years ago teaching the English language for coins and scraps of bread, but is now a recognised Pedagogical Enemy of the State in the Moscow area.
His first novel, 'Thieves in the Night', was published in 2014, with a second to follow. A themed triptych of short stories is also forthcoming."
Thieves in the Night
by Brendan Ball
Two young outsiders - Bron, a jaded musician unworldly and luckless, and Dan, a semi-reformed criminal secretive and haunted - are brought together by a chance encounter and drawn by kinship of character, desperation and music into each other’s worlds. Between them on Dan’s council estate comes the beautiful but troubled Cal, to...
This dark triptych of stylistically diverse literary short stories - on the unifying theme of the occult and primitive religion, blending myth and mysticism and mystery - features three diverse protagonists: a tribal chief whose life depends on concealing signs of age, a debonair daemon suffering professional ennui in a staff training...
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