Walking the South Downs with my dog, art, literature, the ultimate mystery of Life, the Universe and Everything.
Three novels and a prizewinning short story in Writers` Forum magazine, also a prizewinning poem in the 2007 Mirehouse Poetry Prize. Shortlisted for the Flame Anthology and the Cadenza Short Story Comp. 2004. An Honourable Mention in Fandango Virtual`s Short Fiction Contest 2005. Poems published in Obsessed with Pipework, Iota, Weyfarers, South, Littoral, the tall-lighthouse review, Poetry Monthly, Smiths Knoll, Orbis & erbacce. Forthcoming in Pulsar and Carillon.
Ellie is a child to whom the spirits speak, and who possesses a mystical connection to the earth and an instinctive feeling for its magic and that of the gods and goddesses of our ancestors. Her parents, concerned for the health of her small brother, cann
This is the first edition in hardback, produced especially for collectors in a limited edition of strictly 500 copies. The matt-laminated dustjacket protects a black Wibalin fine-linen finish cover with gold blocking on the spine and the front - click on
Three Magic Women, both prequel and sequel to Nell Grey’s magical novel, The Golden Web, begins with the story of Ellie’s maternal grandmother, newly married and living at the Old Priory. But things are not as they seem. She must struggle to overcome the
(a.k.a. WW member Nell Grey, Lee Harwood, Hugo Williams, Catherine Smith and others.)
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The second Tall Lighthouse poetry review, including poems by Lee Harwood, Hugo Williams, Jamie McKendrick, Catherine Smith, Sarah Maguire, Andy Brown, Michael Laskey, Roddy Lumsden, Carrie Etter, Brendan Cleary, Aoife Mannix, Heather Taylor, Helen Mort to