Famous writer and journalist Tim Saunders passed away recently. This news shocked his admirers as the world valued his work. Saunders mainly wrote in Cornish and wrote in Welsh, Irish, and Breton.
Tim Saunders death, Obituary, Cause of Death
Tim Sanders was born in 1956 in Cornwall. He was a very prolific writer who had made his mark in writing. Saunders was the editor of The Wheel – a Cornish anthology of poems ranging from 1850 to 1980. He also published his poetry collection from the year 1974 to 1999 under the name High Tide. He has contributed notably to the Cornish literature world.
News has been recently circulating on social media that Tim Saunders has died. The famous writer and journalist passed away recently, leaving his fans in great shock, according to the official reports. There hasn’t been any confirmation on the cause of death yet, but the news confirmed that he’s no more alive.
Tim Saunders married two times. His first wife is Lynn Mererid, and his second wife is Helen Ceridwen Price. He’s a father to three children. They are Gwenno Saunders, Ani Saunders, and Meiron Carwin Sunders. Gwenno and Ani were part of The Pipettes’ British band but are solo singers now.
His notable works include Y Lolfa, which was published in 1977, Gobeyd Arebnnig in 1985, Clif Preis in 1986, Cornish is fun in 2003, and more. His death has left his admirers in great misery as a notable was lost by the literature world. Many people have started to pour in condolences for his untimely death, and everyone is expressing their grief. He died at the age of 66.