Lee Wright

Lee Wright

Lee Wright was born in Nuneaton, Warwickshire in 1980. He is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and reviews. Lee has studied under Man Booker winner Alison Moore and he is currently taking an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Leicester.

Lee began writing a weekly sports column for the Hinckley Times newspaper in 2008. He published one of his novellas, Forget What You’ve Heard, on Amazon Kindle. Lee’s short story, Seeking Lover, Lonely Mother, was also published by HeadStuff. He has book reviews and author interviews published online by www.everybodysreviewing.blogspot.co.uk.


Q: Do you have a lucky writing talisman? If so, what is it?

A: A hand-made stoneware mug which I bought in Stratford upon Avon.


Q: Do you have a favourite quote? (from a book, movie, song, speech…)

A: ‘This is presented as a work of fiction and dedicated to nobody,’ Post Office by Charles Bukowski


Q: If you could teleport yourself anywhere, real or fictional, where would it be and why?

A: Portmeirion North Wales. Because there is nowhere else like it.


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