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Kapu Lewis | Short Stories

Short Stories

My short stories have been published in the indie press and literary journals worldwide. They explore themes deep inside the human psyche, ranging from magical to disturbing. They will always leave you wondering.

Kapu Lewis | Poetry

Poetry

My poetry is inspired by the people I meet, their unique challenges and their emotional experiences. My work has been published in British, European and American poetry journals.

Kapu Lewis | Books

Books

My novel, The Cornershop of Dreams, will be finished in mid-2024. Set between 1914 and 1969, it explores the theme of having your dream and the price you have to pay for it.

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Self Portrait

Featured Work

Self Portrait

Perfect love is not all it appears to be in this ghost story set during the era of silent film. Newly published by Epoque Press

About

Kapu Lewis is a Welsh writer and poet with autism. Her work is inspired by the people she meets, her native West Wales, the cities she has lived in (including New York, London and Singapore), and her challenges living with ASC (Autism Spectrum Condition). She has dedicated her creativity to exploring mental health, neurodiversity and human consciousness through fiction.

Kapu began her career as a journalist and now consults for the TV & Film industry. She is also studying for a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of Kent, Canterbury. She campaigns for youth rights and a greater understanding of people living with ASC and related neurodiverse conditions. A word of warning - her least favourite phrase is: Everyone's on the Spectrum!

Kapu's work has been published in the indie press and literary journals, including Epoque Press, The Berlin Literary Review, Handwritten & Co, The Mechanics Institute Review and The Menteur. Her latest work will be included in the Erro Press Anthology of Womanhood in Summer 2024.

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