Lily, a 20 something Scottish writer originally from Glasgow.
I spend much of my time involved in some literary pursuit or another. I'm generally found with my nose in a book or scribbling in worn notepads. I mostly write poetry, prose and academic articles. I'm currently writing a novel.
As a freelance writer I've been asked to write on some weird and wonderful projects. I greatly enjoy the variety of this work.
I have an MA in Literature from the University of Glasgow where I studied hipster coffee shop etiquette alongside a vast array of talented authors.
I enjoy the work of Angela Carter and Kate Atkinson as well as that of, quick-witted mother and daughter duo, Rory and Lorelai Gilmore.
I have very recently moved to Spain and complain about the heat a great deal.
Expatriate is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as ‘A person who lives outside their native country.’ This definition is pretty much the same as immigrant and it is difficult to understand any logical demarcation between the two words
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