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Month: April 2013


There’s a lovely review for Cooking with Bones up on the Waterstones website (link is below): “In a town with many superstitions and deep rooted memories two sisters arrive, one running and one being pulled by want, from a suffocating…


I like the condensed nature of poems: they’re great for capturing a theme, a moment, an emotion. Many poems I write, I’d never show anyone. I use them as sketches to express something I don’t understand, and often find they…

The Metro

On the publication day of Cooking with Bones, the Metro interviewed me about magic realism, families and fairytales. The interview can be found here:

The Bookbag Review

There’s a lovely review up of Cooking with Bones from thebookbag, written by Ani Johnson.