It has been a hell of a year for me in one way and another – I had my first book published, I had several eye operations, I was writer in residence for a month on Norwich market, I did readings in places like Manchester, Swindon, Much Wenlock and Norwich. It would be fair to […]
Author Archives: Julia
I finished my stint as Writer in Residence on Norwich Market at the end of May. It felt very sad to be taking my little stall apart – even though I had only been there a month it felt very homely. Unfortunately I went straight into a round of health stuff (first of two eye […]
I am very pleased to have two short poems on Nutshells and Nuggets today.
This week will see my final two days at Norwich Market as writer in residence – and I have to say I shall be sad to leave. I have really enjoyed my time there and I have met some lovely people. I have collected lots of “favourite words”, been given poems (and flowers!), I have […]
I am very excited to announce that my book is out and is available for purchase over at the Nine Arches Press website. I am all set for the launch next week at The Greenhouse in Norwich (11th May). I have a blog post about how I wrote the book over on the Words and […]
The official publication date of my book Bird Sisters is 7th May. I am ridiculously excited. I am doing a Norwich launch on May 11th and one in Birmingham on 19th May. Details of both events can be found on my events page. I am also reading at Much Wenlock poetry Festival on Sunday 24th […]
I am very excited! The official publication date for my book Bird Sisters is May 2nd, 2016. It has it’s own web page over on the Nine Arches Press website, and if you hop on over there by clicking this link you can see the cover and read some lovely comments about it. Another exciting […]
I have not one but four poems published today. Three on Clear Poetry and one on I am not a silent poet. Happy New Year everyone.
I have a poem and a lovely little write up about it on Proletarian poetry today. You can read it here. The poem is a child’s journey through the housing estate where they live.
I may have mentioned before that last year I had some writing coach sessions with the lovely Heidi Williamson. Heidi is published poet and a copy writer (as well as a mother) so she knows only too well all the stresses of trying to juggle the writing life with family commitments and earning a living. […]