Lizzy Musi is a poet with a passion for promoting women’s rights. She has spoken at many festivals and events across the country, including Women of Influence Ireland and the Dublin Writers Festival. She loves the arts, especially music, film, and theatre.
Lizzy Musi is a poet with a passion for promoting women’s rights.
Lizzy Musi is a poet and writer who has spoken at more than 30 festivals across the country. She is particularly passionate about promoting women’s rights, an issue she believes to be under-represented in our society.
Her poetry has been published in many magazines including Poetry Australia and The National Times, as well as online platforms such as The Big Issue and Huffington Post. Lizzy also writes for newspapers like The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, and New York Times Magazine among others; her work has been featured on ABC Radio National’s Stan Grant Show (2015). In addition to these publications, she has received grants from Arts Victoria and the City of Melbourne Councils alike which allow her to continue doing what she loves most: writing!
Lizzy is an Irish writer and speaker who has spoken at many festivals and events across the country.
Lizzy Musi is an Irish writer, poet, and speaker. She has spoken at many festivals and events across the country.
She is a feminist who believes in equality for all women. Lizzy has written for The Irish Times, and The Women’s Room Magazine and was a contributor to Cormac McCarthy’s novel “No Country For Old Men”.
She loves the arts, especially music, film, and theatre.
Lizzy Musi is a big fan of the arts, especially music, and film. She has written a book about her experiences as an artist and has had it performed on stage by an actor who was also part of the play.
She loves to listen to music while she works or walks around town; sometimes she even sings along!
She describes her writing style as conversational.
Lizzy Musi is a writer who writes in a conversational style that she describes as “more of a memoir than fiction.” Her writing covers a wide range of topics, from current affairs to what she believes in and even what she is passionate about.
She says: “I am interested in people and their stories; I want to learn about them and their struggles so that I can better understand myself…I want to understand why we do what we do or don’t do certain things; why people behave the way they do.”
Lizzy has been writing poetry since she was eight years old, and has always loved to share her work with others. She writes about anything and everything; from family life to politics, she’s got plenty of material! Being published is a dream come true for her but it’s not the only thing that makes her happy.
Lizzy also loves traveling around Ireland or abroad with friends or family members. She especially enjoys getting involved in community projects such as volunteering at events like Irish music festivals where she can meet new people as well as sharing her poems with others who may not have access to books like hers due to their financial circumstances.”