Category Archives: poetry

Wild Motherhood, Self Publishing, and Other Questions

Hello again, and happy (belated) new year. The past six weeks have been a productive and exciting time for me. I had a refreshing break over Christmas and New Year, with a lot of singing, 5 Rhythms dancing and relaxing … Continue reading

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Winter Re-Fueling: Projects Old & New

For me, winter has often been an extremely creative time, as outward activities slow down and there is more time spent indoors. I have ideas coming thick and fast. What are your creative rediscoveries or completions this winter so far? What is slowly germinating under the surface of what can appear a cold hard surface? Continue reading

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Summer-autumn spell

Summer-autumn transitions are always a mix of flavours for me: I enjoy getting back into work routines and feel the return to the more internal writing-generating space…but I also feel the sadness of saying a temporary goodbye to campfires, green … Continue reading

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Inky Needles publication

My poem, ‘Invincible’, ¬†appears today in Inky Needles.¬†Established by a group of multi-disciplinary graduates and postgraduates from London, Inky Needles are ‘an independent online publishing group specializing in Philosophy, Poetry, and Politics…seeking to publish writers, thinkers and inquisitors of whom … Continue reading

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‘Sadwoman’ Poem from my Brighton Collection

I lived in Brighton for many years and often likened my relationship to Brighton to one with a lover you repeatedly try to leave but just…can’t….quite…do….it. I sometimes hated this city of contradictions but there was always an undercurrent of … Continue reading

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