It’s finally here, the book that no one asked for, ‘Backdated DLA’.
Jam-packed with hilarious ‘news’ articles offering a grimly cynical outlook on Northern Irish affairs, ‘Backdated DLA’ is a must have item for any Dundonald Liberation Army fan.
‘I guess you could call this my ‘best of’ album’, explained DLA creator Stephen G. Large.
‘But don’t worry, I’m not splitting up the band’, quipped the absolute raker.
As a result of the success of the page, Large has self-published three books. The first, ‘A Concise History of the Dundonald Liberation Army’ topped the Amazon Kindle Comedy/Parody Chart within a week of its release in 2016.
His second title, ‘A Dog DLA Afternoon’, peaked at #6 in the Kindle Comedy/Parody Charts during the first month of its release.
On December 2nd 2017, he published ‘Carol’s Christmas’, a warped Belfast adaptation of the Dickens classic which entered the top twenty of the Amazon Kindle Comedy/Parody charts.
In April 2016, a spoof news article Large wrote about the whereabouts of Peruvian drug smuggler Michaella McCollum’s signature Bun (hairstyle) caused an international incident involving the National Police of Peru, The Sun newspaper and BBC World News.