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Ceciles Writer_Tamara LakomyAuthor: Tamara Lakomy

Country of residence: United Kingdom

Nationality: British/Tunisian

Mother tongue: French

Tamara Lakomy is an archaeologist residing in London.  She grew up in Tunisia, born to a Berber Amazigh father and a Polish mother.  In her writings as an author and poet, she often combines her experiences as an indigenous Berber with her reflections on modern living.  Tamara runs a foundation specialising in heritage protection and women’s rights and is a fervent supporter and advocator for sustainable solutions to troubled regions.



  • Memory

    February 19, 2017 • Poems
    Memory

    A poem by Tamara Lakomy


    Blame the knife of reason, cut the lying cord
    Blunt the voice of doubt, as it sows grains of discord Read on...

  • Poison

    January 22, 2017 • Poems
    Poison

    Poem by Tamara Lakomy


    Of all the tastes of poison in mouth, you were most fine
    You watched me wade deep into the rivers of my decline
    ... Read on...