Kellan Blakeway

Kellan is a writer and activist who grew up in Bristol and studied English with Creative Writing at UWE. She enjoys the eclectic and artistic culture of Bristol and loves getting involved in social issues; she created the ‘Jenny’s Law’ campaign and worked on #justiceforAnthonellPeccoo. Kellan loves music and the experiences it encapsulates, using it to fuel her writing, and has a massive vinyl collection ranging from Herb Alpert to System of a Down. When she isn’t writing at all hours, you can find her practicing archery, tending to her 60+ indoor plants or rearranging her vast personal library.

Anthonell Peccoo: young Bristol hairdresser threatened with deportation

Barbershop owner Anthonell is under threat of being deported to a country he can't even remember

Why I Chose Sobriety at University

One student's journey from serial wreck-head to cold turkey
Social Issues / / Kellan Blakeway

Wicca: insincere aesthetic vs. religious craft

Jessica explores a new interest in the ancient and misunderstood Pagan religion
History / Social Issues / / Kellan Blakeway