Lies, Dreaming #21 – These Pyramids

We are delighted to announce the contributors for our twenty-first Lies, Dreaming podcast, which has as its theme “These Pyramids”.

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

Here is a rundown of our contributors:

Lindz McLeod’s short stories have been published by the Scottish Book Trust, 365 Tomorrows, and more. She has published poetry with Passaic/Völuspá, Prometheus Dreaming, For Women Who Roar, and Indie Blu(e)’s Smitten anthology, with work forthcoming in Coffin Bell, Sunbeam Anthologies, Allegory Ridge and Heirlock Magazine. More information at www.lindzmcleod.co.uk

Carl Alexandersson is an undergraduate student of English Language and Literature at the University of Edinburgh. When not studying, he can be found dabbling in the Edinburgh spoken word scene, enchanting everybody with his Swedish/American/’oh-you’re-not-from-around-here-are-you’ accent.

Sy Brand is a queer non-binary person living in Edinburgh, Scotland. They write through the haze of sleep deprivation to try and make sense of gender, relationships, parenting, and ADHD. Their work has been published in Popshot Quarterly, Transcend, and Visual Verse. You can find them on Twitter @TartanLlama.

Andrés N. Ordorica is a queer Latinx writer based in Edinburgh. His writing lives in the neither here nor there. His writing has been featured in Confluence Medway, The Acentos Review, 404 ink Magazine, “CEREMONY” (Tapsalteerie Press), “We Were Always Here” (404 ink), and “The Colour of Madness” (Stirling Publishing).

Our next theme will be “E•mo•tion by Carly Rae Jepsen”. Read this blogpost for further details.

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