Daniel Williams is a writer from Hampshire in the UK. The Edge of the Object is his first novel. His work has recently been published by Caught by the River, Cōnfingō Magazine, Lapsus Lima, and the Stag Hill Literary Journal. The Half Pint Press published a short story, Letterpress [n], from his Missing Letters collection in a special letterpress edition in 2017. Previously he worked as a music journalist and was a founding contributor to the legendary Tangents webzine.
To accompany the novel, Daniel has written three essays:
- The Edge of the Object: a Story of the ’90s
- A Man Awake: on Georges Perec’s A Man Asleep (on the novella that inspired The Edge of the Object; published by The Quietus)
- Lifted Up (published by Caught by the River, a celebration of Talk Talk’s ‘Laughing Stock’ album, which Daniel first heard in Paris in 1991)