Lies, Dreaming #16 – Supermarket Sweep

We are delighted to announce the contributors for our sixteenth podcast, which has as its theme “Supermarket Sweep”.

You can subscribe to the podcast using the links on the right.

Here is a rundown of our contributors:

David Ralph Lewis is a Bristol based poet and writer. He is currently working on a book of sci-fi shorts and a blackout poetry collection. He has just released ‘Spare Parts’, a collaborative blackout poetry chapbook which is available through his website: www.davidralphlewis.co.uk

Nalini Paul is a widely-published poet based in Glasgow. She graduated with a PhD on Jean Rhys and postcolonial subjectivity in 2008 and has since developed her collaborative practice (with actors, musicians, visual artists, archaeologists in Orkney and the RSPB). In 2017 she was a Robert Louis Stevenson Fellow in France. Soon after, she was commissioned by the Edinburgh International Book Festival and An Lanntair Arts to travel to Lewis and Kolkata as part of the ‘New Passages’ project. www.nalinipaul.com

Becky Downing is a Liverpool-based, Actor, Poet & Playwright. She began writing for Theatre in the Rough in 2012 and has since created work for various festivals & projects with the Company including ‘A Concept of Beauty’ for the Liverpool and the Titanic Fest (2012), ‘The Jewellery box’ for the Lusitania Exhibition (2015) and a short audio play, ‘Haunted Sefton’ in 2016. Since then, Becky has been writing Poetry for her website, toured with Want The Moon Theatre Company this year playing ‘Joss’ in ‘Other People’s Teeth’,  and has just written & Performed her one woman show ‘We’ve Been Bette’ at theatre 503, London.

Sean Wai Keung’s debut poetry pamphlet you are mistaken won the inaugural Rialto Open Pamphlet Competition 2016 and was named a Poetry School ‘book of the year’. In 2018 he released how to cook, a food-poem pamphlet, with Speculative Books. Find him on twitter @SeanWaiKeung or at www.seanwaikeung.com

Our next theme will be ‘Tell me something I don’t know’. Check out this blogpost for further details.

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