“Be a scribe! Your body will be sleek, your hand will be soft… You are one who sits grandly in your house; your servants answer speedily; beer is poured copiously; all who see you rejoice in good cheer. Happy is the heart of him who writes; he is young each day.”
Ptahotep, 2500 B.C.
Sound advice from Ptahotep.
Daniel Sage lives in London and divides his time between writing and desktop publishing in the city. Feels young most days.
His debut novel Fall Curve came out in 2011.
He is the author of numerous short stories and articles and the column Letter from London.
Sage writes muscular, engaging prose that is always insightful and with an eye to where we’re at and where we might be heading.
S. Roy (on The Ballad of Persephone Cruise-Missile), eEvolution Review
Impressive and compelling
author of A Writer’s Travelling Companion, on Fall Curve