Lucien Ross writes books in a shed in Norwich. After studying Film in London, he completed an MA in Creative Writing at UEA. He is a published poet and is beginning his career as a developmental editor. His most recent public works, Letters from Lockdown, are in the digital museum Two Meters ApART. His poetry and prose regularly bleed together, shifting between auto-fiction, film, and the lyrical essay. Lucien’s writing is informed by mythology, folklore, and critical theory. He is currently writing a novel about bees.