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Luke Wright

  • Here's a new poem about fatherhood from me.

    Luke Wright - Weekday Dad (spoken word)

    • 1 week ago
    • 413 views
    Poet Luke Wright takes us through his day as a stay at home dad. It's a poem about feminism, fatherhood and sleep deprivation. From the collection Mondeo Man and live show Your New Favourite Poet. ...
  • My FAT DANDY is unleashed upon the world. Watchy Dandy Now.

    Fat Dandy

    • 1 month ago
    • 852 views
    Poet Luke Wright lets leash his new alter-ego. If he were Bowie, Fat Dandy would be his Ziggy Stardust, his Fat White Duke ... The Man Who Ate Your Lunch
  • Sue's Fourteener

    • 5 months ago
    • 1,340 views
    "This world's more good than bad", she mutters, thinks about her son.
    She tries to call him later, but his mobile isn't on.

    *

    Sue lives on a rough estate, well known for drug and gang problems, b...
  • Luke Wright: Essex Lion

    • 6 months ago
    • 2,308 views
    In 2012 a group of campers in Clacton, Essex thought they spotted a lion in a neighbouring field. They didn't of course, lions aren't native to north-east Essex. It turns out they saw a cat, a cat ...
  • B Movie

    • 1 year ago
    • 6,954 views
    BARRY vs THE BLOB - a B Movie set in Brentwood, Essex.

    Poet Luke Wright felt bad that Brentwood had the singular reputation of being the home of TOWIE. So he's set another cinematic event in Bren...
  • Aisle16's Services To Poetry

    • 1 year ago
    • 362 views
    In July 2006 the UK’s top poetry collective Aisle16 were commissioned to write a show for John Betjeman’s centenary celebrations. Inspired by Betjeman’s portraits of rural Britain, Aisle16 set out ...
  • Luke Wright - The Luck of the Brungers (performance poetry)

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,604 views
    Performance poet Luke Wright rattles off a rollicking ballad about a family of posh twits with the luck of the devil. From the show Luke Wright's Cynical Ballads.

    Illustrations by Sam Ratcliffe
  • The Company of Men by Luke Wright

    • 4 years ago
    • 9,486 views
    Poet Luke Wright with a piece on growing up in Colchester.
  • The Ballad of Barlow Burton

    • 4 years ago
    • 3,637 views
    Poet Luke Wright delivers a chilling tale of boredom and abuse in a grim little corner of England.
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