New book release

'Love in the Time of Brexit', June 2022

Six unusual stories reveal love in the time of Brexit has as many faces as the people who embrace it. Broll’s crafted prose, exploring a range of ‘love scenarios’, has an uncanny way of burrowing into the depths of the soul to startle and provoke, before suddenly you find yourself smiling or laughing or thinking anew.  


Recently published books

'The Unseen Genius', October 2021

A novel set in the picturesque Cape seaside town of Hermanus, South Africa, in the 1980’s during the height of apartheid unrest. One early morning the apartheid police locate a bloodstained rock on a coastal path. Then they discover suspicious handwritten pages blowing in the onshore breeze. Has the author of these pages fallen over the cliff-face into the sea ?  The police search is on…

'London Bites: Eight Stories', April 2021

Eight London stories, some poignant, others with a twist in the tail, expose the everyday and the unusual. In London Bites, Brandon Broll explores a cultural richness, English humour and ethnic diversity in Londoners that, in any era, inhabits the public and very private spaces of this great city.

'Still-life of a Pandemic: Expanded Edition', June 2022

Still-life of a Pandemic: Expanded Edition is an account of the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020-21.   “Heart-rending” while being “humane and accessible”, penned by a world poet, it takes us beyond how the media, politicians or scientists have portrayed the pandemic, to the heart of intensely personal experiences of ordinary people, the heroic and the unspoken.

Street of the hollow eyes explores the life of an ordinary family trying to get on in these times when the father develops a fever. Living the lockdowns and The Covid-19 vaccine race expand the reach of Still-life of a Pandemic into subjects of national and international importance.

'Still-life of a Pandemic' (first edition) in audiobook

“Brilliant. So accurate to how we’re  feeling. Blown away!” Heidi Flax (South Africa)

“This poem reflects with articulate and painful empathy what so many families have been through.” Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg (UK)

“A humane and accessible work which anyone of any age could understand and relate to.” Hilary Tait (UK) 



Peter Stern discusses his work as a voice over artist and how he went about narrating Still-life of a Pandemic.

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‘STILL-LIFE OF A PANDEMIC’ (first edition) BY BRANDON BROLL can be purchased in various formats at Amazon in paperback, ebook, and  audiobook.  

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