About Me

Lucy Wallis is a writer from London who can currently be found in Paris leaving croissant crumbs in between the pages of books. She edits the zine Near Window, and has been published in some online journals and litmags.

She is currently currently working on a new idea about stone circles, weird time sequences, and the fictional qualities of stone. Also formulating ideas for a research proposal of weird urbanism, hyperstitional melancholia and the language of architecture.

Find her on Twitter or Instagram. She tweets a lot about bad movies and french supermarkets.

Trying to work out if the scape in escape is the same as the scape in landscape.