Stephen Robert Kuta was born in Chelmsford, Essex, England in 1978, the second eldest of five children and second-generation Polish/English descent. His grandfather spent his young adult life in a Nazi Labour Camp before arriving in England in the early 1950’s.
He studied English Language, Literature, History and Drama and continues to study humanities as his chosen field of study, he went onto to publish prose and poetry in selected anthologies throughout the 1990's and was credited with a publication in the national newspaper, the Sunday Mirror in remembrance of Diana Princess of Wales.
He eventually edited an anthology of work in 2005, a book intended to bring the voices of the world together collectively in response to the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami. The book was of a limited run and all profits from its sale were donated to the Tsunami Earthquake Fund. The book has gone onto become a valued piece of social history and often used in university academic studies.