A LAND WITHOUT WOLVES

(Projected) General Release End October 2021. Not final cover.

 

Historical Musings in 18th Century Ireland

In the midst of Rebellion are legends wrought, and Mogue Trench knows of a tale never told. What better time to relay it than as the rope awaits.

The Highwayman Joseph Mac Tire knows of hardship - at the hands of Redcoats and Republicans alike - so Ireland's political struggle has less appeal than mentoring an orphan in the ways of the underworld.

Yet the world has a way of catching up to men whose hearts know only darkness - men who hunt, and kill, and howl in rage.

But sooner or later, they howl no more.

 

A LAND WITHOUT WOLVES

Daniel's Wade upcoming novel is a little anomaly in our well-laid plans. His work evaded our detection systems as Publishers of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. Upon reading it, however, we knew we had to publish this engrossing work of Historical Fiction. Perhaps it was the Irish in us.

 

DANIEL WADE

Historical Fiction

Daniel Wade is a poet, playwright, novelist and scriptwriter from Dublin, Ireland. In January 2017, his play The Collector opened the 20th anniversary season of the New Theatre, Dublin. His spoken-word album Embers and Earth, available for download on iTunes and Spotify, launched the previous October at the National Concert Hall. A prolific performer, Daniel has featured at many festivals including Electric Picnic, Body and Soul, and the 2019 International Literature Festival (ILFD). In January 2020, his radio drama Crossing the Red Line was broadcast on RTE Radio 1 Extra, and later won a silver award at the New York Festivals Radio Awards for Best Digital Drama. He is also the author of the e-chapbook Iceberg Relief, published by Underground Voices in 2017. Daniel was the Hennessy New Irish Writing winner for April 2015 in The Irish Times, and his poetry and short fiction have appeared in over two dozen publications since 2012.

Author photo by Graeme Coughlan

https://www.graemecphotography.com 

 
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