Matthew de Lacey Davidson is the author of two poetry collections, “Please Don’t Forget Me” and “What Souls Might Bear;” a play in verse, “What Really Counts;” a collection of short stories entitled, “Roses in December: Haunting and Macabre Tales;” and a historical novel about civil rights leader Frederick Douglass’ first trip to Ireland, “Precept.” “Precept” was voted one of the top ten self-published books of 2018 by thebookbag.co.uk.
He has had poems, articles, cartoons, and short stories published in the online literary journals, “The Junction,” “Pickle Fork,” “The Post-Grad Survival Guide,” “The Writing Cooperative” (on “Medium.com”); and in the online literary journal, “Danse Macabre”. He lives in Nova Scotia, Canada, with his wife, Shayna, and a plethora of Siamese and Tonkinese cats.
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