My name is Pierre-Michel Doutreligne. Born and raised in Brussels, I live in Cornwall and write for several (mostly English-language) publications, including The West Briton and When Saturday Comes. I have also contributed to New Europe, The Bulletin, Flanders Today, Voxer (leftfield music mag), WAB, Inside Edge (cricket mag), My Eyes Have Seen The Glory (football fanzine) and Musik-Kafé.
The topics I write about include music, food & drink, cricket… all subjects considered really.
The purpose of this website is to collect the stuff I’ve been writing for the past 15 years or so.
Apart from writing, I also DJ (mostly rockabilly, surf & garage – vinyl only) and play the guitar. My favourite things in life include – in no particular order – Middlesex County Cricket Club, The Fall, bourbon, Union Saint-Gilloise, Radio Four, Truro City FC, Tottenham Hotspur and reading the Sunday papers.