Our writers

Click on the authors profile picture to see the complete posts of our writers on Kerosene Chronicle.
Check our publications page to find external and physical publications by our authors.

These are the writers responsible for this blog:


Amy Austen –

as a travel writer (My Destination), reviewer (The Handbook) and content writer (various), writing has taken her around the world, around the pallet and around the mind.

Contact her at amy.stonecold @ gmail . com (with no spaces)

Bob Kesh

A writer and musician from London. He graduated from Faber Academy in 2017. His poetry can be found among the shelves in London’s Poetry Library. Generally nocturnal, he can be found indulging in all the pleasures and pains of the night.

Contact him at bobkesh @ hotmail . co .uk (with no spaces)

Kadeem Beresford-James

is bad with names, good with details, and enjoys a good drink. Previous editor of Roehampton Writing Society’s Anthology 2012 and co-founder of Talking to Strangers.


Vincent Edward Manda

his name rhymes with ‘mince’. He’s rarely without a notebook and can usually be found next to the closest bottle of red wine. Previously a writer for The Roehampton Lane Journal.


Jack Charter

is the academic, Jack studies his Creative Writing MA in Kent, England. A previous fiction editor for The Menteur.

 Contact him at jackcharter @ gmail . com (with no spaces)

Rene Mutume

is Raoul Moat in a boat. His first words were ‘Newky Brown’. As well as being our most prolific writer, René also creates graphic art, paintings and screenplays.

Sean Wai Keung

Published in varoius magazines, journals and anthologies, including Lunar Poetry, The Suburban Review and Blue of Noon. His poetry pamphlet ‘You Are Mistaken’ was published by The Rialto in 2017.

You can also visit our authors personal websites via the Personal Blogs page.

Please leave comments, criticism and feedback.

2 thoughts on “Our writers

  1. Hello!
    I found your blog surfing WordPress.
    I would like to create an exhibition of my photos in one of the cafes in my home town of Belgorod, Russia. I’ve been doing that for a couple of years.
    This time I would like to do something unique. I call (better to say one person called it) my style “Haiku Photography”.
    I would like to choose 15-20 photos and accompany them with your Haiku poetry. Or you may choose the pictures you like and use your already written poems or create new ones.
    Of course if you enjoy my photography – that’s a matter of taste. I can send you the link to my Flickr where there are lots of photos uploaded.
    The photos with the poems will be placed in a big café where there are many visitors especially students – many of them study English at the English Language Department. The exhibition might travel to the university later or some other places. Nobody knows how it will turn to be. But it will be unique and popular!
    What do you get from that? Glory, pride, inner satisfaction that your poetry is being read in a faraway country.
    Here is the link to my exhibitions including three exhibitions from the West (which I organized, this time I would like to do something special):
    A few words about me can be found in my About Me page:

    • Hi Alex,

      Thanks for taking the time to comment here. I’m glad you’ve enjoyed our work. Your project sounds interesting. Please e-mail me and we can explore this idea. My e-mail is found above under Bob Kesh.

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