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I’m on Instagram as @mmlewiswriter. I’ll follow you back if uou follow me there.

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Here are badges I’ve earned from some of my favourite spoken word and open mic nights!

I love writing collaboratively so I present a link to a piece I participated in as part of the Clockhouse London Writers

Delighted to have a New poem out in Edinburgh’s Little Living Room. With a theme close to my heart, Role Play, it’s lovingly illustrated throughout and full of high quality poetry and prose on the theme.

Excited about doing the first live reading for a while as part of the Edinburgh Fake Fringe on Sunday! Expect poetry, stories, fairy tales, seagulls and more!

Wow, it’s been so long since I’ve posted here. 2019. Has much happened since I’ve been away?

So I’ve been busy, living in a pandemic/ dystopia, dayjobbing in my flat, parenting and working on different projects. I love WordPress as a platform though so I’m going to be updating this more as I do more poetry and prose.

So the latest thing is I’ve got a poem published in the Edinburgh Art magazine Little Living Room. It’s a lovely package of Art, Poetry and Prose run by a Collective in Edinburgh. Really good to be in this one, I found out about it from a local street library in Edinburgh. So the poem in this one, which is a mental health-themed edition is about lockdown and not just surviving it.

Note in these pictures not only the contributor copy of the magazine but also a shelf including some other publications I’ve got work in, and also books on Writing/ Art. Also toys, uh, I mean Science Fiction ornaments…

May be an image of book and indoor
May be an image of book

I’ve got a new poem on the BBC, Different Planets! This was created for performance at Tonic with a prompt in their Scratch.


Latest International Electromatics track available to stream below!

I love the stomping dark electronic music Richard Cook’s created from the lyrics I gave him, inspired by the American Psycho movie.


Pleased to say I’ve got one of my stories broadcast on BBC Upload. You can catch it here, on this link. I’m on at about 13:30 minutes in, but it’s worth listening to the lot!