Richard Lee-Graham is a London based writer who studied creative writing at Central Saint Martins and has attended workshops at City University of London. In 2017, his short story, ‘The Euth of Today’, was shortlisted and published in in Storgy Magazine’s Exit Earth anthology.
Common themes in Richard’s work are death, time, and life’s misfits. His greatest influences are the novels of Kurt Vonnegut, the journalism of The New Yorker, and the music of David Bowie. You can find more of his work on his blog; rlgwrites.com, or get in touch via Twitter: @RLGwrites.