Self-published UK poet, I’m a sarcastic football following fan, who likes to read outdoors/be outdoors in general. I live on poetry, chicken sandwiches, and Janis Joplin’s music. I have been published in After the Pause, Potluck Magazine, Poetry Super Highway, Madras Mag, Jotters United zine, Zeroflash, Oddball magazine, Mad Swirl, Lockjaw Magazine, Haikuniverse, Spillwords.com, Ghost… Continue reading About
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A few of my poems *Samples* Of course, I saved my best for books! Those things that make your shelves look snazzy.
Hotel Life is a series of poems that tell a narrative of movement. A narrative of watching the world and its people move through our lives. A moment of longing.
‘This is definitely a chapbook I’ll be coming back to. It’s confusing and disorienting and almost easy to understand, but not quite either – tantalizingly so. In short, I love it. I wish it was a little longer, so that the arc downwards was a little more elegant, but it’s very much a stream-of-consciousness and telling a story. The story itself is a little obscured, but the emotions shine through, and I can grasp the large shapes and feelings of things, following how to feel without understanding the exact mechanics. It’s very artfully done in that way.’
E. Dunstan https://wellreadbymoonlight.tumblr.com
‘Lewington does it again, and proves why she’s one of my contemporary favorite voices. Honest observations in sparse lines that don’t shy from cynicism, sarcasm and the gritty truths that comprise day to day life.
As with many of Lewington’s chapbooks, this one is also themed, and is primarily focused on hotel room experiences.
Highly recommended!’ Nicholas Trandahl, author of Think of Me.
A signed copy directly from me. UK.six pounds Int.ten pounds (inc.P+P) with your address.