Matthew Jacobson is a gifted local author and writer and has been described as “one of the finest writers in Liverpool.”
Matthew has appeared on numerous radio stations/TV features on The Smiths/Morrissey. And also curated two nights at the British Music Experience – celebrating the music of The Smiths and Morrissey.
Matthew’s series , ‘On the Streets I Ran’ brought wonderful reviews with actors, actresses, musicians and the sporting world all celebrating the series. This led to the former Lord Mayor of Liverpool writing a poem about Matthew and his wonderful words.
‘He narrates and writes with such passion, uplifting many souls. I read Mattys articles which lift MY mind and soothe MY heart.’
Matthews’ work has been published in music magazines with front page interviews and as a music writer has interviewed some of the biggest names in the pop / rock scene including Pete Best, John Power OMD, Midge Ure and Ronan Keating and all across Liverpool.
Matthew is held in high regard by local labels and artists.
Matthew is also a Spoken Word Poet with successful written word submissions to local radio stations and established theatres. Leading Matthew to curate his very own ‘ Leap of Faith’ poetry and spoken word night to encourage and support the community to take the leap into the creative world.
“It’s been an amazing journey, so far and I thank all for continuous support – There’s so much more to come – and i’m ready to enjoy every minute.”
Check out Matthew’s spoken word on Norris Green with Everyman & Playhouse project
Check out Matthew’s book Pieces of Morrissey: Adventures with the MozArmy
Local Author, Matthew Jacobson reflects on 1980s Liverpool and his favourite TV Soap, Brookside. Teacher: …