Born in England Tommy Dakar now lives and works in Granada, Spain. Author of short stories, novels, novellas and song lyrics he is also a musician and composer. He has worked in factories, on construction sites, in the investigation department of an important bank, as a busker, a shopkeeper and a gardener. He was a language teacher for many years, breaking into translation and bilingual representation. His works have been published to critical acclaim on various literary sites, including Storychord, SNReview, Write this, Write From Wrong, Language and Culture etc He has also been published in Spanish on Palabras Diversas and Ariadna.
A collection of short stories, Unzip and Other Compact Stories, has recently been published, along with his satirical novels Balls, and Thick and Fast. The Trap-Door, which is literary fiction, and Falls the Shadow, a dvandva or twin set of separate yet inseparbale short novels are aso available at Smashwords. He is also working on another novel, due out soon.
Here are some links to his published work.
A World Apart published on Storychord. (http://storychord.blogspot.com/2010/11/issue-17-tommy-dakar-melanie-plummer.html)
Also accepted for publication on MondayNightLit.
Also published in print form by SNReview, Summer 2011 issue.
Bellavista published on Language and Culture (http://www.languageandculture.net/backdrop.html)
News of the World published 15th Feb 2011 on WriteFromWrong (http://writefromwrong.com/2011/02/14/fiction-february/#more-636)
The Mystery Tour published November 2011 on Write This (www.writethis.com.)
La Noche Mas Larga published in Spanish July 2011 at Palabras Diversas (www.palabrasdiversas.com)
and Ariadna.com (http://www.ariadna-rc.com/numero51/lab56.htm).