StealthWorks’ Appearance on BBC Radio
The author of the poetry book Lincoln Lockdown Made Me Do It, StealthWorks, appeared on the BBC Lincolnshire afternoon program. The author's past in the RAF was discussed, as was the experience of writing in lockdown, the inspiration for penning the poems and publishing. The author also read a couple of poems from the book to the audience. You can hear the program here.
Lincoln Lockdown Made Me Do It is a collection of poetry written during the pandemic lockdown. The poetry collection is varied and tries to portray a light-hearted version of opinions. You can get it from here.
Stealth Works is a former RAF Navigator and a microbiologist born in Ireland. He has served in the Falklands War and The Gulf War. He is married and lives with his family in Lincoln and Spain.