☆ Born in Belfast on Valentine's Day, Suki Hollywood is an emerging writer and editor of prose, poetry and non-fiction. Her debut novel Jesus Freaks is available now. ☆
Her work has been published in Gutter, Clav Mag, Blue House Journal, Meet Cute Zine, Screen Queens, From Glasgow to Saturn, The Selkie and Deluzine.
Her debut poetry pamphlet This Suit was released in 2021 by OrangeApple Press, along with its companion film of the same name, which was included in the SQIFF 2021 line-up. Her second poetry pamphlet, Heart Eyes was released February 2022.
Suki provided a creative response to the work of Motoko Ishibashi in a collaboration with Robert's gallery, Glasgow. She collaborated with Bonjour, Tom Joyes, Izzy Leach, Newspaper Club and more, resulting in broadsheet and billboard project Yes, I can see the stars.
Alongside her collabortive experience, Suki has contributed editorially to Knight Errant Press, From Glasgow to Saturn and Orange Apple Press.
Suki's zines are available through Etsy. You can also keep up with her through her newsletter, The Hollywood Reporter.
Read her selected work below.
Thrall was awared second place in theWintermute 2022 Writing Competition
Originally published in Gutter, issue 23
All Hope Abandon!
Clav Mag, issue 6
Peachflesh, face without mouth and Born Again
Yes, I can see the stars
A collaborative billboard and broadsheet project with Bonjour, Glasgow.
Super Worm Moon
Spam005, Spam Press
Orange Apple Press
Mammy and The Sisters
Daughterhood Zine, issue 2
Kissing my Boss
From Glasgow to Saturn
Blue House Journal
Show Me A Hero, Don't Tell Me An Agenda
SQIFF '20: Exploring the Mythical and the Modern in Queer Asian Cinema
Every Saint has a Past, but does Warrior Nuns have a future?
The Final Girls Film Club: Sexual Conformity and Stokely in The Faculty
Shoreline of Infinity
Instrument of Peace by Rebecca Hall, review