‘A veteran of the Nottingham spoken word scene. Warholian satire, shades of Bukowski, the bite of Alexei Sayle. Political, humorous, provocative.’
Author of ‘Sliding on the Snow Stone’ (2011) – a historical memoir from Ukraine.
Author of ‘The History of Rock and Roll in 99 tweets’ (2011) – a twitter novel available as an eBook from global outlets.
A member of DIY POETS collective, curator of the group’s website.
Contributor to ‘Stories for Homes’ (2014) – a charity anthology of short stories and poems, supported by the housing charity Shelter.
Joint Runner Up in the Nottingham Festival of Words Flash Fiction Competition 2014, with ‘From Corkscrew to Cockcrow’.
Finalist in the MIX IT UP MIDLANDS POETRY SLAM 2015.
I’ve been compared to Billy Bragg, on average, once a year, twice in total. Like many poets I’ve also been compared to John Cooper Clarke, but only once.
Creator of Poetry Airlines – ‘A Multimedia Fusion of Verse and Old School Origami’
I’m currently working on Fate and Circumstance. Based on a true story, it’s about a family of Ukrainian Lemkos in the Carpathian Mountains, whose lives are torn apart by World War Two, and by a brutal forced resettlement in the post war years.
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