Daniel Gustafsson was born in Eskilstuna, Sweden, in 1983. He is a bi-lingual poet and philosopher who finds his voice and his vocation at the crossroads:
Where Norse poetic genius meets the English imagination;
Where Western thought meets Eastern Orthodox theology.
Daniel received a PhD in Philosophy from the University of York in 2014. He lives in York but spends his summers by the lakes of Södermanland. Teaching, tutoring and lecturing for a living, Daniel spends his spare time practicing the patient arts of angling and tea-drinking.
Daniel is available for readings and talks.
NEWS & EVENTS
July 5th: Reading and Panel discussion for Populär Poesi, At the Fringe, Tranås, Sweden
May 8th: Reading at the launch of Eborakon (Volume 2: Issue 2), York
April 13th: Reading at the launch of Marble (Issue 4), Cardiff
March 16th: Reading with Rahul Gupta as “Two Jorvik Poets” at the York Literature Festival, York.
February 21st: Reading in The Recital Room, Bootham School, York.