‘What Would Gary Gygax Do?’ By Tim Cundle – New Book Published by Earth Island Books

What Would Gary Gygax Do?

Tim Cundle and Rachel Evans

A collection of darkly humorous short stories, essays and columns.
Foreword by Nathan Bean – Ex-xCanaanx

The second book from the fevered and over-wrought mind of Tim Cundle. A collection of autobiographical, fantastical and odd essays, short stories and columns, it’s rites of passage narrative is unsettling, upsetting, darkly humorous and oddly uplifting, and charts a deeply personal course that, at times, it’s audience will be intimately familiar with and instantly able to relate to.

Accompanied by the imaginative and beguiling art of Rachel Evans.

“If you have ever read and enjoyed Dan O’ Mahoney’s ‘Four Letter Word’, Henry Rollins’ ‘Black Coffee Blues’ or just simply enjoy the art of telling a good f**king story then ‘What Would Gary Gygax Do?’ is definitely worth your time”

-Apathy & Exhaustion

Tim Cundle stumbled into the punk scene sometime in the mid 1980s and his life has never been the same since. Having worked as a riflery instructor and drug counsellor and studied both English Literature and Behavioural Science at University, he decided his career lay down a different path and, having written for the local newspaper since he was fifteen, did what most aspiring writers do. He became a journalist. Currently the editor of Mass Movement Magazine, he has also contributed to, and written for, Doctor Who Magazine, Big Cheese, Fracture and many other publications.

After singing with two Hardcore bands, Charlies Family Crisis and AxTxOxTx, he now considers that chapter of his life to be closed and the chances of him playing with another band are slim to non-existent. Tim lives in a small, sleepy Welsh village with his wife Emma and daughter Siobhan.

Published: 31/10/20

Paperback: £9.99

ISBN: 978-1-9997581-4-1

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