The Storm

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by Akeem Balogun

“These stories are punchy, crafted well and almost told with a poetic style to the prose . . . populated by a fine host of characters.” — STORGY

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Release date: 19/10/2020 | ISBN PP: 978-1-8380441-0-7 | ISBN HB: 978-1-8380441-1-4

Through thirteen remarkably different stories, The Storm uses the intimacy of an evocative and volatile landscape to explore the very basics of human survival, all told in a distinct and slender style of prose.

In “Eden”, a sister longing for her brother goes to extremes to be reunited with her deceased sibling.

In “Bonfire Hero”, a doubtful and tired vigilante watches the streets beneath him deteriorate.

In “Buddhatarium”, personifications of tranquillity can be bought and exploited, becoming the only way for a father to keep his family together.

In this collection, Akeem Balogun shows us the often questionable ways that extraordinary people deal with extreme crisis and how ordinary human relationships can become distorted in severe conditions.

It features an original painting and internal artwork by Arantza Pardo, while the audiobook will be performed by the exceptional dub artist and poet Rider Shafique.

Akeem Balogun is a writer based in Sheffield, UK, whose fiction has appeared in Pomme Journal, Writing as Resistance, Now Then Magazine and elsewhere. He has also collaborated with the likes of Found Fiction and Festival of the Mind to create project themed stories. The Storm is his first book. For more about him please visit his website. You can listen to an interview with him about the book on BBC Radio Sheffield.

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