Writing – fiction & poetry

August 1947 – a poem featured on Algebra of Owls – March 2019

Human remains, papyrus, pulp, wood and paint: from Ancient Egypt to the Ashmolean: a poem included on Abegail Morley’s The Poetry Shed – November 2018.

The prayer of the honey-collector’s wife – a poem featured in issue 24 of Three Drops from a Cauldron’s online journal.

The South Downs at Dawn – nature writing for the Thurmanovich Gallery

Somewhere there are snails – a short story included in Words for the Wild‘s print anthology. The anthology is available to buy online or from P&G Wells bookshop in Winchester.

Seasons and Cow Song – two poems featured on Bonnie’s Crew webzine.

The Thin Places – a short story that won Dark Tales’ monthly competition for March 2018.

In Birkenhead Park – a poem featured on Abegail Morley’s The Poetry Shed. Abegail co-edited the Loose Muse Winchester poetry anthology, which first published the poem in April 2018 (alongside “Panthera Pardus” and “Moonwalk” and the work of 22 other poets). The anthology is available from Loose Muse and P&G Wells.

A Future in Mid-Flight – a spoken memoir piece featured on 100 Voices for 100 Years, April 2018.

Of Cabbages and Wreckers – a short story that won the Writers and Artists / Retreat West short story competition, October 2017.

At Dinas Dinlle – a poem published in The Woven Tale Press, June 2017.

Sonny, You and Dinner Time – poems written and published as part of the Silent Voices – Found poetry of lost women project. The poems are also included in an e-book anthology.

Lady in Bedstraw – audio recording of a poem written for 10 Days 2015 Winchester  and displayed in Winchester City Museum.

Trout-Shifting – a poem written for 10 Days 2015 Winchester.

At Pine Ridge – a poem published in Synaesthesia magazine, p15, May 2014.

Peregrinea travel article commended in the BBC Wildlife travel writer of the year competition, May 2012.

Alice – a story short listed in the Arvon / Writers and Artists short story competition, April 2012.

The Monkey Temple – a travel article commended in the BBC Wildlife travel writer of the year competition.

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