Andrew Kaye

Andrew Kaye is a self-confessed genealogy geek and after a recent operation has been researching his family tree. He has recently participated in London Lit Lab's course on Compelling Memoir and is working on a number of fiction and creative non-fiction projects. 

Links to his writing:

http://mironline.org/dressing/ ('Dressing') (Mechanic's Institute Review)

https://www.clavmag.com/queerreads/wire-andrew-kaye ('Wire') (Clavmag)

https://www.untitledwriting.co.uk/the-unreason-of-wanting-constant ('The Unreason of Wanting Constant Recognition') (Untitled Voices) 

Plus a prose poem forthcoming with Scissors and Spackle 

https://scissorsandspackle.net

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